Dunsfold Park aerodrome will be redeveloped to form a new sustainable village with public open spaces and facilities, including shops and restaurants. It is commonly referred to as Dunsfold Park.
It will include:
- 1,800 new homes
- new school
- new community centre
- expanded business park
- supporting infrastructure.
These new facilities, as well as the expanded business park, will create more local jobs and help to grow the local economy.
Dunsfold Aerodrome Ltd have developed a masterplan for the new village.
The Secretary of State agreed to grant planning permission in March 2018.
For the latest information, see:
Dunsfold Park Masterplan
Statement issued at Full Council meeting on 20 April 2021:
“Dunsfold Airport Ltd has informed Waverley Borough Council that there will be changes to land ownership at Dunsfold Park and that Trinity College expects to undertake a process to pass its investment to a new land owner over the next 12 months. As the site is so significant for the local area and for the borough, the council has offered to assist in the smooth transition and has provided information to Trinity on the importance of development at the Park. We are interested in exploring with them all of the options for the future ownership of the Park and how an exemplary sustainable development will be delivered on the timescales of the existing planning permission. This is a very significant step and an opportunity to ensure that the Park achieves our high ambitions in the context of post-Covid recovery. We look forward to engaging closely with Trinity College’s transition team in the coming weeks and months.”
Garden Village status
In June 2019, the government gave it Garden Village status. This will provide extra funding and support from Homes England to ensure that Dunsfold Park will be a well-planned and sustainable place to live.
Find out more about Garden communities on gov.uk
Planning history and links
Local Plan Policies relating to Dunsfold Park
The Local Plan Part 1 includes two policies specifically related to Dunsfold Park. Policy SS7 (page 179) sets out the strategic vision and requirements for the site. Policy SS7a (page 184) focuses on achieving a high quality design-led new Surrey village fit for the 21st century.
Local Plan Part 1