Guernsey Airport runway plan decision due by July

A decision about whether plans for the redevelopment of Guernsey Airport's runway complies with environmental laws is expected by July.

The Environment Department said planning officers would look at the details of the possible impact of the works on the surrounding environment.

Due to the size of the proposed £81m development, an Environmental Impact Assessment has to be carried out.

If agreed, then the plans will be put out to public consultation.

The plans have been put on display for the public to view at the department's offices at Sir Charles Frossard House between 0900-1700 BST on Monday to Friday.

However, the department advised people to wait until the application had past its environmental assessment to make sure they viewed the final product and not a draft.

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