Update on the CAA Airspace Change Project

From the outset, RSP has stated that the CAP 1616 process used by the CAA to manage proposed changes to airspace is robust and challenging; this provides both aviation and non-aviation stakeholders with assurance that our proposals will be carefully scrutinised by an...

Remembering Lorraine Barker

RiverOak Strategic Partners        RiverOak Strategic Partners Home About Us Reopening Manston Examination Stage Our Teams Professional Team Strategic Team Airspace Procedures Documents News Contact Us Remembering Lorraine BarkerPublished on 24th December, 2020 It is...

DfT decision not to contest the Judicial Review – what does it mean?

Naturally the Department for Transport’s decision not to contest the Judicial Review is disappointing, although it may in fact save time. It is a feature of the DCO process that, in order for more information to be provided by the Secretary of State on the reasons for his decision, the decision must be re-taken, and so the project is effectively back to the final decision stage.