Dunsfold Park in Surrey, known as home to the BBC's 'Top Gear' track, made history today (Thursday 28th June 2012) when it officially became the first business park in the UK to be fed entirely by 'green energy.'
Dunsfold Aerodrome was celebrating a victory against Waverley Borough Council this week when they won both Appeals against restrictions imposed to an application to extend operational flying hours for the Olympics.
On Monday 14th May 2012 Dunsfold Park Ltd served a claim under S288 in the High Court against the decision of the Planning Inspectorate to dismiss the appeal against Waverley Borough Council's refusal to grant a Certificate of Lawfulness of Existing Use and Development for aviation activities at the aerodrome.
On Friday 1st April 2011, Dunsfold Park Ltd submitted an application to Waverley Borough Council for a "Certificate of Lawfulness of Existing Use" (CLEUD) in connection with the use of the Aerodrome. The application was made under s191 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 for unrestricted aviation use of the application land as an aerodrome.
Baffling scientists, engineers, academics and general egg-heads throughout the UK and around the world, the boffins at the underground aircraft testing facility at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey have today revealed the mind boggling and unique prototype of the eagerly anticipated and never before seen 'Stealth' aircraft.
AFC Energy (AIM: AFC), a leading developer of low cost alkaline fuel cells, is pleased to announce that the Company's board has approved a £180,000 investment necessary to create an additional production facility at Dunsfold Park, Surrey, UK.
Tension, excitement, tactics and skill all came into play on Wednesday 14th March as Dunsfold Park hosted the Boccia 2012 Project, an introduction to the competitive Paralympic sport of Boccia.
Pride of Britain winner Major Phil Packer MBE started the Surrey leg of his epic 2012 mile charity walk today, Thursday 2nd February, at Dunsfold Park, Surrey. Phil was supported by staff and students from Ripley Court and Jigsaw School CABAS® along with staff from Dunsfold Park who joined him walking around the Aerodrome's perimeter road in an effort to reach his daily ten mile target.
Dunsfold Aerodrome is one of 40 airports in the South East of England to be regulated in the lead-up to the Olympics as part of plans to prevent Heathrow becoming swamped by over 500,000 international visitors expected during the Games.
Dunsfold Park Ltd submitted an application on 22nd November 2011 to Waverley Borough Council for permission to temporarily extend aviation movements over the Olympic period.