Dunsfold Park is delighted to be supporting local charity rugby match, Cranleigh RFC vs CALM Barbarians on Saturday 14th March. A group of local rugby players, ex-players and enthusiasts have joined together to arrange the charity event in aid of grassroots campaigning organisation Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).
Work is being undertaken at Dunsfold Park this weekend to reduce the hedgerow and vegetation on the boundary of the site with the A281, as well as site investigation work. The work will take place between Friday 13th and Sunday 15th March.
Last night (30th October) Waverley Borough Council’s Joint Planning Committee approved Dunsfold Park’s planning application for a new access road onto the site from the A281.
Dunsfold Park is delighted to confirm that the masterplan for the redevelopment of the aerodrome is one of 19 new Garden Villages announced by the government today (Thursday 27th June), which will provide Waverley Borough Council a share from a £3m fund to help ensure its successful delivery.
AFC Energy (AIM: AFC), the industrial fuel cell power company, today announced the successful deployment of CH2ARGE, the world’s first electric vehicle charger based on hydrogen fuel-cell technology. The breakthrough by the UK-based energy technology company could enable 100% clean electricity for future EV charging.
Today, Monday 5 November, Deputy High Court Judge Nathalie Lieven QC handed down her judgement rejecting two challenges by POW and CPRE, which were seeking to quash both the adoption of Waverley’s Local Plan and the grant of planning permission to build 1,800 homes at Dunsfold Park.
On 1 April, one hundred years since the formation of the Royal Air Force, a specially designed baton set off on a journey around the UK and abroad. Today (Tuesday 10th April) Dunsfold Park was delighted to welcome the #RAFBatonRelay to the aerodrome.
Today, Thursday 29th March 2018, Dunsfold Park’s planning application to build 1,800 new homes at Dunsfold Aerodrome was approved by the Secretary of State.