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View Heathrow's reports and submission documents to the Airports Commission on runway capacity.
Heathrow’s response to the National Connectivity Task Force
|The Promise of Heathrow||
|Taking Britain Further - Summary||
|A New Approach (Summary)||
|Best Placed For Britain||
|Heathrow – A National Asset||
View the full submission document, including the two proposals that were not selected by the Airports Commission.
|Long-term Hub Capacity Options||In July 2013 we submitted our options for expansion at Heathrow to the Airports Commission.||Download|
|North Western option map||The original runway proposal, submitted to the Airports Commission in July 2013.||Download|
|North Western option map (variation)||A possible revised north-west runway proposal.||Download|
|Taking Britain Further - Vol 1||Volume 1 of full technical specification submitted May 2014.||Download|
|Taking Britain Further - Vol 2||Volume 2 of full technical specification submitted May 2014||Download|
|Taking Britain Further - Vol 3||Volume 3 of full technical specification submitted May 2014.||Download|
Heathrow has today published independent CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) analysis on the number of people affected by aircraft noise with a third runway. Using the Mayor of London’s preferred 55 dB Lden measure for noise at least 199,550, and potentially as many as 325,950 will be taken out of Heathrow’s noise footprint, according to the CAA forecast. The full analysis is available below.
00: Introduction to technical assessments
01: Air and ground noise assessment
02: Air quality assessment
03: Biodiversity assessment
04: Carbon footprint assessment
04b: Carbon emissions cruise
05: Water quality and hydro-ecology assessment
06: Assessment of flood risk
07: Sustainable drainage assessment
08: Landscape and visual impact assessment
09: Geo-environmental assessment
10: Resource efficiency
As part of the process of examining the scale and timing of any requirement for additional capacity in the UK, the Airports Commission published a series of discussion papers on relevant aviation issues, such as passenger forecasting, noise and climate change. Heathrow submitted these responses.
Discussion paper 01: Demand forecasting
Discussion paper 02: Aviation connectivity and economy
Discussion paper 03: Aviation and climate change
Heathrow Airport - short and medium term proposals
Discussion paper 04: Airport operational models
Discussion paper 05: Aviation noise
Comments on published long term proposals
Comments on short and medium term proposals
Heathrow Community Relations The Compass Centre Nelson Road Hounslow, TW6 2GW
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