Details of Aviation Green Paper Consultation, now closed – includes HACAN response

The Government published its Green Paper with proposals for its new aviation strategy at the end of last year which it will finalise and release in the second half of 2019.  The consultation ended on 20th June 2019.

Read HACAN’s response:  HACAN Consultation Response

Read the response of HACAN East: Aviation Green Paper HACAN East response

For more details of the consultation, plus HACAN’s briefing on it: https://hacan.org.uk/?p=5068

HEATHROW’S 2018 CONSULTATIONS

Heathrow consultations finished on March 28th

Heathrow Airport held two key consultations. One set out options for construction around a third runway in the more immediate area of the airport including a possible shorter runway, moving part of the M25, changes to the local road lay-out and compensation for the Heathrow villages.

The other set out options for the principles which inform the design of the extensive flight path changes, driven by new technology, which will be brought in whether or not a third runway is built.

Read the official HACAN response to the airspace consultation:  http://hacan.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/HACAN-Response-to-Heathrow-Airspace-Consultation-1.pdf

Read the official HACAN response to the expansion consultation: http://hacan.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/HACAN-response-Heathrow-consultation-expansion-1.pdf

Read the response from HACAN East: http://hacan.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/HACAN-East-response-to-Heathrows-Airspace-Consultation-1.pdf

HACAN response to the Airports Commission’s Air Pollution Consultation

HACAN argues in its response to the Airport Commissions consultation on Air Pollution that it has failed to show beyond doubt that air pollution limits around Heathrow can stay within within the EU legal limits if a third runway were to be built.  Response submitted on 28th May 2015.

Read the full response:  Airports Commission air pollution consultation