Louise Ellman MP, Chair of the Transport Select Committee and Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for International Trade and Investment amongst MPs briefed by RiverOak Strategic Partners (RSP) yesterday on their plans for Manston Airport.
Evidence to Lothian Shelf appeal reveals the core of RiverOak’s vision for Manston Airport and firmly rejects Avia Solutions’ conclusions
Mr Cain’s evidence sought to illustrate how RSP’s proposals for Manston Airport will depart from the unsuccessful business models of previous owners of the airport, by placing an explicit emphasis on the need for diversified income streams, underpinned by a state-of-the-art cargo operation serving dedicated freighters importing and exporting a range of perishable…
In response to a question during the Lothian Shelf planning appeal, George Yerrall, a director of RiverOak Strategic Partners Limited (RSP), confirmed that RSP, a UK registered company, purchased all rights and interests in the Manston project from RiverOak Investment Corp in December 2016.
RiverOak Strategic Partners Limited (RSP) is preparing for the next stage of consultation on proposals to reopen Manston Airport.
In December, the Planning Inspectorate confirmed that Section 53 authorisation (permission to access the Manston Airport site) was granted. On Tuesday 7 February the environmental team working on the Manston Airport DCO visited the site to assess it for the production of the Environmental Statement that will accompany the DCO application. RiverOak would like to thank the airfield security team for their assistance during the visit.
On Monday 19 December the Planning Inspectorate confirmed to Bircham Dyson Bell, lawyers for RiverOak, that Section 53 authorisation (permission to access the Manston Airport site), has now been granted.