Rival plan submitted to reopen Kent airfield and block 2,500-home scheme

A long-running row over the future of a Kent airfield earmarked for a 2,500-home development in a stalled draft local plan has taken a fresh twist after plans were submitted this week for a development consent order (DCO) to reopen the airport as an air freight hub.

by Michael Donnelly
Manston Airport: rival visions for site's future
Manston Airport: rival visions for site's future

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