Master Planning

Parafield Airport Limited has completed a preliminary version of a new draft Parafield Airport Master Plan (2017) for consideration by the Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. The Parafield Airport Preliminary Draft Master Plan (PDMP) 2017 meets the requirements of the Airports Act 1996, being the airport's primary 20-year planning document with a review period of 5 years.

Please note that the Public Consultation Phase for the Preliminary Draft Parafield Master Plan closed on 18 October 2017. Thank you to all respondents who provided a submission. Those submissions and our responses and our Draft Master Plan will now be provided the Federal Minister of Transport Darren Chester for his consideration.

The procedure for public comment is specified in the Airports Act 1996, whereby written public comment is invited prior to the closing date for submissions -18 October 2017. PAL will then have due regard to all the submissions received by that date and submit a Draft Master Plan to the Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport for approval.

As part of the public comment process, a public meeting was held on:
    Thursday 31 August 2017 from 7.00pm - 8.30pm at St John's Anglican Church,
    10 Church St, Salisbury SA 5180

An open day was held on:
    Tuesday 12 September 2017 from 12.00pm - 3.00pm at Parafield Airport Limited,
    Building 18, Tigermoth Lane, Parafield Airport, SA 5180

The PDMP document can be viewed below or copies of the plan will be available for purchase at the price of $50 during normal office hours from Monday 24 July 2017 until close of business Wednesday 18 October 2017 at the following locations:
 
PARAFIELD AIRPORT LIMITED
Building 18, Tigermoth Lane, Parafield Airport, SA 5108
 
ADELAIDE AIRPORT LIMITED
Management Centre, 1 James Schofield Drive,
Adelaide Airport, SA 5950

View the PDMP document

2017 Master Plan Consultation Public Meeting - 31 August 2017 Presentation

Download the Community Brochure

       

Monday, 18 December 2017
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