Heathrow Airspace and Future Operations Consultation
8 February 2019
Heathrow is currently carrying out a public consultation on the proposed expansion of Heathrow airport. In October 2016 the government announced that a new North West runway at Heathrow is its preferred scheme for the expansion of airport capacity in the southeast. The consultation is taking place until 4 March 2019.
This consultation gives you the chance to have your say on three key areas:
- Airspace change for an expanded Heathrow: how they will design future airspace and the local factors they should consider in different geographic areas when designing future flight paths.
- Airspace change to make better use of our existing two runways: the local factors they should consider in different geographic areas when designing new flight paths for some arrivals on their existing two runways
- Future operations for an expanded Heathrow: how they will operate three runways in the future, this includes managing noise; respite through runway and airspace alternation; directional preference and night flights.
Responses can be submitted online, via post, or at one of the consultation events.
Go to: www.heathrowconsultation.com where you will be able to view details of the proposals, consultations events and submit your feedback. You will also be able to use the postcode checker and interactive map to see how the proposals may affect your area. You can also access the consultation through the Brent website go to: www.brent.gov.uk/consultation
In addition to the above, several technical documents regarding the proposals are available to view but not take away at Brent Civic Centre. If you would like to view these Please contact us in advance by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Consultation closes on 4 March 2019 at 11:55pm