Heathrow Airport unveils details of ‘expansion masterplan’

The new information has been released as part of a 12-week consultation to gather input regarding the construction of the controversial third runway

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Heathrow campaigners lose High Court battle to block third runway

Judges have ruled the £14 billion plan is lawful, meaning the new runway could start to be built in 2021 and become operational by 2026

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Heathrow Airport launches £30k challenge to make aviation greener

It aims to find ideas and solutions to address climate change at the airport and across the rest of the industry

Water way for Heathrow to go sustainable!

The airport has partnered with water retailer Affinity for Business for the supply of its clean and waste water services

UK climate advisers issue emissions warning over Heathrow expansion

They inform of the risks involved in light of the 2050 climate targets

Heathrow’s plastic cup pollution to make an early landing

It hopes to standardise and recycle 100% of its single-use coffee cups by the end of 2018

Energy sector travellers ‘dodge sustainable transport’

Business travellers in the energy industry are the least likely to take efficient forms of transport to the airport. That’s according to a new report from Heathrow Express, which suggests 94% of business travellers in the sector primarily use private cars or taxis to get to the airport. Only 28% say they ever use public […]

Heathrow offers £20k to help sustainability fly high

Heathrow Airport is offering a £20,000 prize for green, innovative ideas on how to make the aviation sector more sustainable. The competition aims to solve the range of environmental challenges faced by airports as the world gradually moves towards decarbonising energy systems and mitigating climate change. The winning business or organisation will take the money […]

Heathrow coach firm pays £33k after river pollution

A Heathrow coach firm has been ordered to pay a total of £33,000 after polluting a river with sewage waste. Symphony Chauffeurs Ltd has been hit with £21,000 fines and £12,000 in costs after it emptied toilets on its luxury vehicles into public drains, which subsequently ended up in west London’s Crane River. This broke environmental […]

Committee on Climate Change voices Heathrow expansion concerns

The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has written to Greg Clark over Heathrow expansion concerns. Chairman Lord Deben’s letter to the Business, Energy and Industry Strategy (BEIS) Secretary voices doubts as to whether the Department for Transport’s (DfT) business case for the third runway is in line with meeting the Fifth Carbon Budget and 2050 emissions targets. […]