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RiverOak Strategic Partners

Reviving Manston Airport as a successful and profitable airfreight hub, of national significance, with complementary passenger and engineering services.

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RSP responds to Thanet Council report on local plan revisions

Angela Schembri, Planning Director of RiverOak Strategic Partners’ planning consultant, RPS, said: “RiverOak Strategic Partners continues to believe that Thanet’s revisions to the local plan are inconsistent with national planning policy, are not based on an objective assessment of development and infrastructure requirements – and are therefore neither justified, nor likely to be effective.

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The Times features RSP’s plans for Manston

The Times has published an article today on our proposals for Manston Airport. Looking back at the history of the airport, Industrial Editor Robert Lea says:

“There is talk of a £300 million development plan for stands for freighters and passenger aircraft as well as associated airport infrastructure. The business plan cites the potential to divert airfreight from Heathrow and Gatwick which are effectively closed to new take-off and landing slots. It could…

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RSP responds to Thanet Council report on local plan revisions

Angela Schembri, Planning Director of RiverOak Strategic Partners’ planning consultant, RPS, said: “RiverOak Strategic Partners continues to believe that Thanet’s revisions to the local plan are inconsistent with national planning policy, are not based on an objective assessment of development and infrastructure requirements – and are therefore neither justified, nor likely to be effective.

read more

The Times features RSP’s plans for Manston

The Times has published an article today on our proposals for Manston Airport. Looking back at the history of the airport, Industrial Editor Robert Lea says:

“There is talk of a £300 million development plan for stands for freighters and passenger aircraft as well as associated airport infrastructure. The business plan cites the potential to divert airfreight from Heathrow and Gatwick which are effectively closed to new take-off and landing slots. It could…

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