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Newquay Cornwall Airport - Aerohub Enterprise Zone Local Development Order

As part of the simplified planning framework for the Aerohub Enterprise Zone at Newquay Cornwall Airport, Cornwall Council now have a Local Development Order.

The Order grants planning permission for a 35.5 ha Business Park consisting of use classes B1 (Business), B2 (General Industry) and B8 (Storage and Distribution) with associated infrastructure and ancillary hotel, retail and leisure facilities which will be developed over the next 20 years.

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The principle of developing the Local Development Order site was first consulted upon in 2008 as part of the now adopted Newquay Cornwall Airport Masterplan 2008-2030.

The site also forms an integral part of the successful bid by the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership to establish the Aerohub Enterprise Zone at Newquay Cornwall Airport.

The purpose of the Order is to simplify the planning framework within the Enterprise Zone which provides one of the most investment friendly areas in the UK. Planning freedom is a key incentive to attract investment and new growing business to Aerohub.

Further information on Enterprise Zones can be found on the Enterprise Zones website.

Consultation process of the Local Development Order

The order went out for formal consultation between 2 January and 31 January 2013.  The Cabinet at Cornwall Council considered and recommended adoption of the Order at its meeting in March 2013.  The Secretary of State, in his letter of 3 April 2013, decided not to intervene in the proposal and the Order is now adopted.

Post Consultation Version of the Local Development Order

Following the expiry of the public consultation all of the comments received have been assessed and have informed the final version of the Local Development Order which can be viewed below. All comments received have been catalogued in the Statement of Community Engagement document.