- No 615 Volunteer Gliding Squadron (VGS). The area within the whole of the
perimeter track and including the hangar and hard standing surrounding it, as Crown Land, is under the command and control of the Squadrons'
- The Corporation of the City of London , Commons. Almost all the grassed areas outside of the airfield perimeter track are common
land and are subject to the Bye Laws printed on the distinctive City Commons notice boards located at the gateways.
- Comer Homes , a property developer, owns the Officers Mess and land bordering Whyteleafe Hill.
This includes Coxes Wood to the northern end as part of Whyteleafe Bank, the grassed area on the airfield side of the mess and the field where the Portcullis RAFA
branch is. Several Planning Applications to convert to flats have been refused. Current intentions are unclear.
- The Airmens Mess & Institute Building more commonly known as the old NAAFI and the land enclosed with it and including the remains of the Stores & Station
Workshops is owned by the Plymouth Brethren who once intended that it should become
a school. Their current purpose is unclear.
- 450 Squadron (Air Training Cadets). The compound including the portacabin complex at the end of
Victor Beamish Avenue is the parade ground of the ATC. It has its own Commanding Officer who reports to HQ South Eastern Area Air Training Cadets.
- Surrey Hills Gliding Club . This club operates during weekdays when
615 VGS is not operating. Its operation is dependent on licensing granted by the Ministry of Defence through Officer Commanding
- The RAF Kenley Tribute . A committee is set up to manage the care and maintenance of the monument. It is the focal point of annual
flypasts by BBMF.
- Blast Pens. The remains of the blast pens all of which had a central spine are listed as ancient monuments by English Heritage.
- The Portcullis Club is a private facility which is the home of No 661 Kenley and Caterham Branch of the Royal Air Force
- The Observatory. This is run by the The Croydon Astronomical Society
which set up here in 1979.
- The Firing Range. This was used by ground staff for their annual ground defence continuation training and for calibrating aircraft armament.
- The Kenley Common Funday group provides an annual event
on the Common. It is totally independent but is supported by local organisations.