Former Plymouth Airport

The former Plymouth Airport closed almost four years ago and at 113 acres is one of the largest brownfield sites within Plymouth’s northern boundary.

Redeveloping Plymouth’s former airport site could meet 10% of the city’s housing need, create hundreds of full-time jobs and generate tens of millions of pounds for the economy every year.

Regeneris, a leading independent economic consultancy whose clients include the Department for Communities and Local Government and The Homes and Communities Agency, concludes that the redundant site can play a vital role in the economic and social future of the city.

Report Year
Sutton Harbour Holdings plc representations to Northern Toolkit of Plymouth Plan 2016
A review of the Case for the Safeguarding of the Former Plymouth Airport Site for Future Aviation Uses 2016
Socio Economic Benefits Report – Regeneris 2015
Social Economic Benefits Infographic 2015
Plymouth Airport Key Information 2015
Outline Concept Masterplan for Former Plymouth Airport Site 2015
Plymouth Airport as a GA facility - Business Case Assessment - Steer Davies Gleave 2015
Plymouth City Council’s Five Tests 2014
Plymouth City Airport – Viable phase 3 – Impact Plan 2014
Plymouth City Airport – Viable phase 3 – Area of Residential CPO 2014
Plymouth City Airport – Viable phase 3 – Area of Business CPO 2014
Plymouth City Airport – Viable phase 3 – Noise Impact 2014
Plymouth City Airport – Viable phase 3 – Indicative Public Safety Zone 2014
Responses to Viable Plymouth – Myths Busted 2014
Findings of Fjiori and Bickerdike Allen Partners 2014
Former Plymouth City Airport Site - Independent Aviation Study - Technical Evidence - Fjiori 2014
Former Plymouth Airport Site - Airport Re-opening feasibility noise issues - Bickerdike Allen Partners 2014