Committee for Economic Development - P.2023/79
- The States are asked to decide:-
- Whether, after consideration of the policy letter entitled 'Guernsey Airport Runway Extension Study', dated 3rd July 2023, they are of the opinion:
- 1. To agree that a decision to extend the runway at Guernsey Airport should be driven by the States' Trading Supervisory Board on the basis of commercial, regulatory or other considerations, and to direct the States' Trading Supervisory Board to take account of the cost-benefit analysis and supporting reports presented in this policy letter in advance of the next planned resurfacing of the runway at Guernsey Airport or as part of the Guernsey Airport Master Plan.
- 2. To note the cost-benefit analysis and supporting reports on the extension of the runway at Guernsey Airport and that it may be possible to achieve a runway length of approximately 1,623 metres within the existing airport boundary utilising Engineered Materials Arresting System (EMAS) technology, subject to regulatory approval.
- The above Propositions have been submitted to His Majesty's Procureur for advice on any legal or constitutional implications in accordance with Rule 4(1)(c) of the Rules of Procedure of the States of Deliberation and their Committees.
Amendment Proposer Seconder Status Amendment 1 [243kb] Deputy Vermeulen Deputy Dyke Lost
Amendment 2 [216kb] Deputy Vermeulen Deputy Dyke A motion under Article 7(1) of the Reform Law 1948 was lost, so the amendment was not debated nor a vote taken Amendment 3 [227kb] Deputy Vermeulen Deputy Dyke Lost