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London City Airport published its master plan on 4th December 2020 following a 16-week consultation undertaken in summer 2019.

We would like to thank everyone who shared their views during the consultation period. The feedback has been taken into account in finalising our future vision for the airport.

A consultation report summarising the process and feedback received has been published alongside the master plan.

The master plan is a non-statutory document that presents a long-term vision for how the airport can grow in a responsible and sustainable way and support the recovery of London from COVID-19.

Any future detailed proposals at the airport would be subject to full consultation with stakeholders and the local community ahead of any application being submitted to the relevant authorities.


London City Airport Master Plan

Consultation Report

Background reports

London City Airport Draft Master Plan document

Air Quality Report

Demand Forecasts Note

Noise Report

Socio-Economics Report

Surface Access

Environmental Appraisal of Other Environmental Issues Report

Technical Note on Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Hard copies of the Master Plan are available on request.

For more information, please contact