RiverOak Strategic Partners begin their statutory consultations

RiverOak Strategic Partners (RSP) begin their six week block of statutory consultations on Wednesday 14th June. If you have any questions regarding their plans for the airport, the timescales involved, the funding requirements, the future of the museums, RSP’s new company formation or anything else then go along to one of the meetings and ask the representatives firsthand.

  • The King’s Hall, Herne Bay, Wednesday 14 June: 2pm – 8pm
  • The Pavilion, Broadstairs, Thursday 15 June: 2pm – 8pm
  • Cliffsend Village Hall, Friday 16 June: 2pm – 8pm
  • The Sands Hotel, Margate, Saturday 17 June: 10am – 2pm
  • The Guildhall, Sandwich, Tuesday 20 June: 2pm – 8pm
  • Abode Hotel, Canterbury, Thursday 22 June: 2pm – 8pm
  • The Comfort Inn, Ramsgate, Saturday 24 June: 10am – 2pm

You can find downloadable copies of a range of consultation documents at the link below, as well as details of how you can submit feedback.

http://rsp.co.uk/statutory-consultation/

In addition, the consultation documents are also available at these locations:

  • Birchington Library
  • Broadstairs Library
  • Cliftonville Library
  • Deal Library (full copy of Preliminary Environmental Information report available here)
  • Herne Bay Library (full copy of Preliminary Environmental Information report available here)
  • Margate Library (full copy of Preliminary Environmental Information report available here)
  • Minster-in-Thanet Library
  • Newington Library
  • Ramsgate Library
  • Sandwich Library
  • Westgate Library

4 thoughts on “RiverOak Strategic Partners begin their statutory consultations

  • June 13, 2017 at 10:36 pm
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    Open as an airport people still want it as an airport

  • June 19, 2017 at 3:19 pm
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    I will always favour for the reopening of manston, not also will it be an asset for KLM to take over the passenger wing, and as all of the London airports are nearly bursting at the seams Manston could cope with all of the overflow freight . There would also be a lot of jobs created.

  • June 20, 2017 at 11:35 pm
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    I am supporting the re opening of Manston as an airport. I used it many times in the past but since it’s closure I have had to use Gatwick, which was over crowded, it felt like it was struggling with the excessive number of people being forced to usie it. Manston would be a much more user friendly airport for people in the South East, as the location and size of the airport makes it much more accessible and comfortable to use, e.g no need to set off four hours before the flight and no need to travel on dangerous, lorry congested motorways to get there.
    Even if Manston was just used as a freight airport, it’ would create jobs and advertise the area.

  • June 23, 2017 at 8:06 am
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    Having worked at Manston airport in a professional capacity I feel that with the correct guidance and leadership the airport could again be a viable entity. It is necessary to have the correct people (and funds) in position at the very beginning. I believe that this is now in place.

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