Purpose of this change

This proposal is for a Permanent change to the notified airspace design, and the change level is TBC. The detailed process requirements are published in Part 1 of CAP 1616.

Redesign of London Southend Airport's departure and arrival routes and procedures as part of the airspace modernisation strategy under the FASI-South Programme

CAA response to Step 1b

04/08/2021: The CAA is satisfied with the Change Sponsor's assessment of the contextual consideration and agrees the proposal can resume. However, until iteration two of the airspace change masterplan including the associated programme plan has been assessed and accepted by the CAA and Department for Transport as co-sponsors of airspace modernisation, a full indicative timeline cannot be agreed by the CAA for this airspace change proposal. An indicative timeline proforma will be published shortly setting out the agreed Stage 1 (Define) and Stage 2 (Develop & Assess) Gateways.

Documents for this proposal (8 documents)

Indicative Timeline - August 2021

Step 1b - Timeline Agreement

Date added: 05 August 2021 08:16

Sponsor Evidence & Justification for Restart of a Paused ACP

Step 1b - Other

Date added: 04 August 2021 11:12

Letter to Sponsor from CAA Airspace Modernisation

Step 1b - Other

Date added: 05 August 2019 15:40

Revised indicative timelines

Step 1b - Other

Date added: 30 July 2019 12:26

Assessment meeting presentation

Step 1a - Other

Date added: 08 February 2019 17:16

Assessment meeting minutes (redacted)

Step 1a - Assessment Meeting Minutes

Date added: 08 February 2019 17:15

Assessment meeting agenda - 24 Jan 19

Step 1a - Assessment Meeting Agenda

Date added: 04 February 2019 14:59

Statement of need (redacted)

Step 1a - Statement of Need

Date added: 04 February 2019 14:57

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Potentially Affected Area

This is the area which may be affected by this airspace change depending on its development. This area may change as the proposal is developed.

Step 1b : Design Principles

This step has been started

During the Design Principles step, the sponsor develops the principles which will underpin their proposed options for the change. The design principles encompass the safety, environmental and operational criteria and strategic policy objectives that the change sponsor aims for in developing the airspace change proposal. They are developed through engagement with stakeholders and form a qualitative structure against which design options can be evaluated. Early engagement with stakeholders, optionally facilitated by a third party, may help to avoid disagreement later in the process.

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