Have your say

This was the start of the conversation about our future development. The consultation ran between 16 November 2017 and 26 January 2018 and sought opinions on our priorities and initial concepts for developing the airport. The feedback we received is now being analysed and will help inform the draft Master Plan, which will be published with a public consultation in Spring 2018.


Consultation events

Bristol Airport held a series of consultation events, for members of the public to drop-in at any time, and learn more about the airport and its plans, talk to members of the senior leadership team at the airport, and talk about any questions they might have about the airport’s future.

The public were invited to visit us at any of the times and venues detailed below, at whatever time is convenient for them, to simply take a quick look, or to discuss specific issues with a member of the team.


  • Tuesday 28th: Hampton-by-Hilton, Bristol Airport, 3pm-8pm

  • Thursday 30thHans Price conference centre, Weston-super-Mare, 11am-2pm


  • Friday 1stWrington Village Hall, 3pm-7pm

  • Tuesday 5thFelton Village Hall, 11am-2pm

  • Thursday 7thEngine Shed, Bristol, 11am-2pm

  • Thursday 14thBristol & Bath Science Park, Emersons Green, 11am-2pm


  • Tuesday 9thCleeve Village Hall, 2pm-5pm

  • Wednesday 10th: Hangstones Pavilion, Yatton, 4pm-8pm

  • Thursday 11thGuildhall, Bath, 11am-2pm

  • Monday 15thBackwell Village Hall, 12pm-3pm

  • Thursday 18thFear Hall, Keynsham, 11am-2pm

  • Friday 19th: The Old Schoolroom, Chew Magna, 4pm-8pm

  • Saturday 20thHampton-by-Hilton, Bristol Airport, 11am-4pm

Next steps

Following this consultation, the combination of your views along with further analysis and study are now guiding the development of our new draft Master Plan, which will be subject to further public consultation in Spring 2018. We will also publish a report summarising your feedback and explaining how we have taken it into account.

Whether we seek consent through the NSIP process or through a planning permission, we will share our detailed plans and proposals. These will address the following in more detail:

  • Forecasts

  • Infrastructure proposals

  • Safeguarding and land/property requirements

  • People and the natural environment

  • Proposals to minimise and mitigate effect

Contact us

Twitter: @BristolAirport

Email enquiries: future@bristolairport.com


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