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Public consultation period for Stansted Airport planning application

The Public consultation on the Stansted Airport planning application closed on Monday 30 April.

Comment on the Stansted Airport application

You can object to or comment on the planning application online, by email or by letter.

View, object or comment on the application

Our Public Access system for planning provides is an easy way to find out about how the Stansted Airport planning application is progressing.

You can object to or comment on the planning application online, by email or by letter. Please remember that you must include the planning application reference (UTT/18/0460/FUL), your name and address.

All comments must be submitted by 5pm on Monday 30 April 2018.

Comment by email

You may send any comments by email to:

Comment online

You will also be able to see application forms, plans, decision notices, appeal documents and other document submitted as a part of the application. Please note that any comments you make, your name and address will be available publicly. However, we take steps to ensure personal phone numbers, personal emails and signatures are not viewable.

Any comments submitted may take a few days to be processed and published to our Public Access system where they will be viewable as part of the application..

This application is made up of a large number of documents. We are also expecting a lot of interest.  If you find that the application page or a document is slow to load please try again at another time.  

View the application using the button below. You will need to search using the application reference UTT/18/0460/FUL

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Comment by letter

You may send any comments by letter to: Planning, Uttlesford District Council, London Road, Saffron Walden, CB11 4ER

Guidance on what issues can be considered

When the council receives a planning application for development, it has to decide whether to grant or refuse planning permission. Residents and businesses can submit any comments that they would like the council to take into account when it makes its decision about the application.

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Plans, drawings and material submitted to the council are protected by the copyright acts (section 47, 1988). You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans. Further copies must not be made without prior permission of the copyright owner.


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