These proposals include expanding the range of destinations served, adding long haul services to key business and leisure destinations, and developing the Airport and its landholdings as a strategic economic asset by maximising its potential to create jobs and support ongoing regeneration across the Liverpool City Region.
Building upon its recent success, the Airport has ambitious plans to serve more destinations including long haul, with passenger forecasts indicating the potential to grow passenger numbers to 7. If a majority of businesses vote yes and the BID also gets a majority of the Rateable Value of those votes, the new five year term will begin on 1 June.
The Local Plan provides a long-term spatial vision, strategic priorities and policies for future development in the city over the next 15 to 20 years, specifically with regard to the quantity and location of new homes, employment provision, shops, facilities and other services, transport and other infrastructure provision, climate change mitigation and adaption and the conservation and enhancement of the natural and historic environment.
You can also download a copy of the Pre-Submission Draft Local Plan, associated policies and maps below. View the supporting documents and the representations received.
The Commercial District BID, established inis designed to improve an area from Lord Street to Old Hall Street and Water Street to Pall Mall that contains a workforce of more than 60, people employed across a range of booming sectors from creative and digital, legal and financial, to leisure and hospitality.
With a focus on the passenger experience, industry leading performance and a continued investment in its employees, Liverpool intends to be the Airport the region loves. Summary details about these previous stages are given below.
It is already a large local employer in its own right and through its supply chain, and enhances the competitiveness of business across the region by providing access to international markets and supporting inbound travel.
The Liverpool Local Plan has now been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate for the purposes of independent examination. It also sets out proposals for further growth and development of the Airport as a key transport and strategic economic asset.
Set out in a page business plan, the BID Company has identified 24 key actions across four key themes to nurture an environment that supports and encourages business growth in a city centre that has just witnessed a record breaking year for construction and office letting.
The result of the renewal ballot will be announced on 18 March. It considers proposals for the Airport to in detail and provides a broad indication of potential development to Development management policies that guide the delivery of development in the city and will be used to determine planning applications.
Key pledges in the plan, which was drafted following a year-long consultation with businesses, include: These policies provide detailed advice to developers and others on the scale, design, accessibility, sustainability etc of proposals; Site allocations for residential, employment, retail and other land uses across the city, shown on the policies map; and Designations where specific policies apply, such as for district and local centres or open spaces which are also shown on the policies map.
Local plan Liverpool Local Plan All local planning authorities are required to prepare a local plan to guide the long term, strategic spatial development of their area. This strategy incorporates the Airport Master Plan to which in turn sets out the potential future infrastructure developments required to deliver the forecast expansion of the business and follows a public consultation of the draft Airport Master Plan.
Download a copy of the Liverpool John Lennon Airport Master Plan to Appendices A draft Airport Master Plan was published for consultation over a four-week period in June and Julyengaging with identified stakeholders, local residents, Airport users and staff members.
The results of this consultation is set out in a Consultation Summary Report which confirms the activities undertaken and responds to the feedback received.Business Growth Programme.
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We work with ambitious businesses and 5/5(1). Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has launched its Strategic Vision to setting out how it intends to take the business forward, bringing further benefits for the Liverpool City Region, the North West and North Wales.
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