Gold Coast Airport 2017 Master Plan: Public Consultation
The preliminary draft 2017 Master Plan has been prepared to support the continued growth of the Gold Coast Airport as an economic and aviation gateway to the region. The document will ensure that the Gold Coast Airport can meet the changing demand for aviation and airport related services over the next five years and plan strategically for the next 20 years.
The preliminary draft 2017 Master Plan is a strategic document that is used as a guide for the development of airport facilities, assessment of environment effects, development of land use controls, and establishment of airport access requirements to meet the future requirements of the aviation industry and the community it serves.
A Master Plan is a statutory document under the Airports Act 1996 and is subject to approval by the Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport.
The 60 business day public comment period for the preliminary draft 2017 Master Plan commenced Tuesday 25 October 2016 and concluded 5.00pm Monday 30 January 2017. The public comment period has now closed.
The preliminary draft 2017 Master Plan can be downloaded free of charge from this website. Due to the size of the overall document, specific chapters can be individually downloaded if required.
As part of our stakeholder and community consultation process, Gold Coast Airport invited the community to attend drop-in sessions. Sessions were held at the following locations: