Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Volume 4: Figures

As part of the statutory consultation under section 47 of the Planning Act 2008 a suite of consultation documents relating to the proposal to reopen Manston Airport is available to the public. Together these documents give an overview of the development proposals including information on the potential benefits and impacts of the Project, environmental considerations and the business case. The documents also provide further information on the consultation process and enable the public to submit their feedback.

This consultation also forms part of RiverOak's initial engagement on the design of airspace and procedures associated with the airport. As such it is an opportunity for members of the community to highlight any factors which they believe RiverOak should take into account during that design phase. Having taken all such factors into account, the subsequent proposals for flightpaths and airspace will be subject to a separate round of consultation once the DCO application has been made.

The suite of consultation documents includes:

a Consultation Leaflet giving an overview of the proposals and details of where more information about the Project can be found;

a Feedback Form in order to collect responses to the consultation;

an Overview Report giving a summary of the proposals including the potential benefits and impacts of the Project, how we propose to mitigate against potential impacts, and a non-technical summary of the Preliminary

Environmental Information Report (PEIR);

a Preliminary Environmental Information Report (PEIR); containing preliminary information on the likely environmental effects of our proposals as we have ascertained them so far, including noise, transport and air quality, and how we propose to minimise these effects, as well as how we propose to maximise the benefits of the Project;

a draft Masterplan for Manston Airport;

Manston Airport - a Regional and National Asset, Volumes I-IV; an analysis of air freight capacity limitations and constraints in the South East and Manston's ability to address these and provide for future growth;

an Outline Business Case;

a Statement of Community Consultation;

a Location Plan; and

an Interim Consultation Report, setting out the details of the first stage of consultation and how feedback received has been used to help develop the proposals.

This Preliminary Environmental Information Report has been prepared pursuant to the Infrastructure Planning

(Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2009, as amended.







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Figures


Figure 1.1
Site Location and Study Areas
Figure 1.2
Site Plan
Figure 3.1
Site Location Plan
Figure 3.2
Existing Site Facilities
Figure 3.3
Existing Layout in the Context of EASA Requirements
Figure 3.4
Zoning Plan
Figure 3.5
Site Layout Plan
Figures 3.6-3.9
Indicative Visuals of the Proposed Development
Figure 3.10
Runway Pavement Improvement
Figure 3.11
Runway-Taxiway Alpha Interference
Figure 3.12
Obstacle Limitation Surface (OLS) Requirements (Cargo Area)
Figure 3.13
Lighting Scheme
Figure 3.14
Cargo Area Layout Plan
Figure 3.15
Passenger Area Layout Plan
Figure 3.16a
Indicative Design for the Passenger Terminal Building
Figure 3.16b
Indicative Visuals of the New Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum
Building
Figure 3.16c
Indicative Visuals of the ATC Tower
Figure 3.17
Car Parking, Public Transport and Cycle Facilities
Figure 3.18
Passenger Facilities
Figure 3.19
Proposed Site Access, and Highway and Junction improvements
Figure 3.20
Landscaping Scheme
Figure 3.21
Outline Drainage Strategy
Figure 3.22a
Existing Contours
Figure 3.22b
Proposed Contours
Figure 3.22c
Proposed Contours Plan Cargo Area
Figure 3.23
Cross-sections of Proposed Development
Figure 3.24
Route of Discharge Pipelines and Location of Outfall
Figure 3.25
Northern Area Development
Figure 3.26
Technical Safeguarding Plan for Proposed Layout
Figure 3.27
Phase 1 Phasing Plan
Figure 3.28
Phase 2 Phasing Plan
Figure 3.29
Phase 3 Phasing Plan
Figure 3.30
Phase 4 Phasing Plan
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Figure 3.31
Phase 1 Construction Operations
Figure 3.32a
Indicative Air Space Routes - Runway 28 (Approaches from the East)
Figure 3.32b
Indicative Air Space Routes - Runway 10 (Approaches from the West)
Figure 3.32c
Indicative Air Space Routes - Runway 10 (Departures and Early Turn
Departures to the East)
Figure 3.32d
Indicative Air Space Routes - Runway 28 (Departures to the West)
Figure 5.1
Cumulative Effects Assessment - Other Developments
Air Quality (figures are embedded within the ES Chapter)
Figure 6.1
Locations of long-term human receptors
Figure 6.2
Locations of short-term human receptors
Figure 6.3
Locations of AQMA receptors (near)
Figure 6.4
Locations of AQMA receptors (far)
Figure 6.5
Locations of ecological receptors (near)
Figure 6.6
Locations of ecological receptors (far)
Figure 6.7
Locations of monitor receptors (near)
Figure 6.8
Locations of monitor receptors (far)
Figure 6.9
The vicinity of the proposed development, showing AQMA and continuous
monitor
Figure 6.10
Monitoring Locations
Figure 6.11
Monitored annual mean NO2 (ìg m-3), averaged 2007-2015
Figure 6.12
Annual mean NO2 concentrations (ìg m-3) from Defra data
Figure 6.13
Schematic of emission disaggregation for approach
Figure 6.14
Schematic of emission disaggregation for initial climb and climb-out
Figure 6.15
Schematic of emission disaggregation for taxiing, hold, take-off roll,
pushback and APU
Figure 6.16
Schematic of emission disaggregation for landing roll, brake wear and tyre
wear
Figure 6.17
2012 Wind Rose
Figure 6.18
2013 Wind Rose
Figure 6.19
2014 Wind Rose
Figure 6.20
2015 Wind Rose
Figure 6.21
2016 Wind Rose
Figure 6.22
Specimen Critical Load function for acidity
Figure 6.23
Annual mean NO2 process contribution, Year 20, near the airport
Figure 6.24
Annual mean NO2 process contribution, Year 20 (wider area)
Figure 6.25
Annual mean PM10 process contribution, Year 20, near the airport
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Figure 6.26
Annual mean PM10 process contribution, Year 20 (wider area)
Figure 6.27
Annual mean PM2.5 process contribution, Year 20, near the airport
Figure 6.28
Annual mean PM2.5 process contribution, Year 20 (wider area)
Figure 6.29
Annual mean NOx process contribution, Year 20, near the airport
Figure 6.30
Annual mean NOx process contribution, Year 20 (wider area)
Biodiversity
Figure 7.1
Statutory Designated Nature Conservation Sites
Historic Environment
Figure 9.1
Designated Heritage Assets
Figures 9.2a-h
Non-designated Assets (HER)
Figures 9.3a-h
Archaeological Events (HER)
Landscape and Visual
Figure 11.1
LVIA Study Area
Figure 11.2
Zone of Theoretical Visibility and Viewpoint Locations
Figure 11.3a
Annotated Daytime Viewpoint Photography: Viewpoints 1 & 2
Figure 11.3b
Annotated Daytime Viewpoint Photography: Viewpoints 3 & 4
Figure 11.3c
Annotated Daytime Viewpoint Photography: Viewpoints 5 & 6
Figure 11.3d
Annotated Daytime Viewpoint Photography: Viewpoints 7 & 8
Figure 11.3e
Annotated Daytime Viewpoint Photography: Viewpoints 9 & 11
Figure 11.3f
Annotated Daytime Viewpoint Photography: Viewpoints 12 & 13
Figure 11.4a
Annotated Night-time Viewpoint Photography: Viewpoints 1 & 7
Figure 11.4b
Annotated Night-time Viewpoint Photography: Viewpoint 14
Figure 11.5
Principal Settlements whose residents are included in Visual Assessment
Figure 11.6
Large groups of properties whose residents are included in Visual
Assessment
Figure 11.7
Small groups of properties whose residents are included in Visual
Assessment
Figure 11.8
Long Distance Recreation Routes
Figure 11.9
Recreation Destinations
Figure 11.10
Individual and groups of Public Rights of Way whose users are included in
Visual Assessment
Figure 11.11
Landscape Character Areas
Figure 11.12
Comparative Tranquillity Levels
Figure 11.13
Comparative Light Pollution Levels
Figures 11.14a-c
Visualisation 1
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Figures 11.15a-c     Visualisation 2


Noise and Vibration

Figure 12.1     Sound Survey Monitoring Locations

Figure 12.2     Sound Survey Observation Locations

Socio-economic (figures are embedded within the ES Chapter)

Figure 13.1     Thanet District

Figure 13.2     Population Profile in Thanet by Age and Gender

Figure 13.3     Population Projections in Thanet by Age 2011 - 2031

Figure 13.4     Index of Multiple Deprivation (2015) at Neighbourhood (LSOA) Scale

Figure 13.5     Primary Schools in East Kent by Capacity

Figure 13.6     Secondary Schools in Thanet by Capacity

Figure 13.7     Primary Healthcare Facilities and A&E Attendance in Thanet

Figure 13.8     Registered Businesses by Geography 2015

Figure 13.9     Number of VAT-registered businesses in Thanet 2004 - 2011

Figure 13.10     Five-year Survival Rates of Businesses by Geography

Figure 13.11     Postcodes within the study area


Traffic and Transport

Figure 14.1     Site Context Plan

Figure 14.2     Accident Assessment Area and Accident Locations

Figure 14.3     Potentially Affected Groups or Locations

Figure 14.4     Locations Requiring Further Assessment

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