North Shore Airport has applied to become an airport authority and we would like to hear your views about this application.

You can read more about airport authority status and the powers and responsibilities of airport authorities under New Zealand legislation.

Airport authority status frequently asked questions  [PDF, 62 KB]

North Shore Airport's application and summary documents

Public meeting 7pm, 29 October 

You are also welcome to attend a public meeting on this application at 7pm, 29 October 2020 at the Dairy Flats Community Hall, 6 Postman Road, Auckland.

Light refreshments will be provided. Please be aware that spaces are limited so if you wish to attend RVSP at airports@transport.govt.nz

Making a submission

You can provide feedback on the application by:

Submissions close 11.59pm, 9 November 2020. 

Please include your full name and contact details in your submission. 

Your submission

Your submission is public information and we will publish a summary of submissions. If you do not want your name or any identifying information to be included in anything we publish (including because you believe your comments are commercially sensitive) please indicate this clearly in your submission.

Please note that your submission is also subject to the Official Information Act 1982 (OIA). This means that other people will be able to obtain copies of submissions by making a request under the OIA. If you think there are grounds for your information to be withheld under the OIA, please note this in your submission. We will take your reasons into account and may consult with you when responding to requests under the OIA.

If you are planning to email submissions through an automated process or online platform (such as Facebook voting tools) please first inform email airports@transport.govt.nz to ensure your submissions are correctly recognised and considered.

Queries 

If you have any queries about this application email: airports@transport.govt.nz