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SEGRO has acquired the 50 per cent interest in the Airport Property Partnership joint venture (‘APP’) it did not already own for £365 million from Aviva Investors.
Flostream is to move to Goya’s Blackthorne Point development at Heathrow.
Four out of five businesses say expanding Heathrow is key to the city’s future success and ability to compete, according to the latest CBI/CBRE London Business Survey.
Heathrow 2.0, the airport’s new sustainability strategy, has launched a series of new initiatives to make Heathrow into a centre of excellence for aviation.
Heathrow handled a record 75.7 million passengers in 2016, one percent up on the previous year, while profits also rose, providing a strong base for expansion.
Heathrow Airport have released a new ComRes poll which showed more than two thirds of the public think building a third runway at Heathrow demonstrates that Britain remains ‘open for business’ after Brexit
Heathrow welcomed a record 5.74 million passengers in January 2017 – 4.2% up on January 2016 – alongside a 4.4% growth in cargo volumes.
Heathrow’s expansion programme has passed its first delivery milestone and, sat the Airport, is advancing on schedule as the Government publishes its draft Airports National Policy Statement.
The action brought by four councils and Greenpeace against the Government’s choice of Heathrow as the location of the next runway in the South East has failed.
Two local authorities – Slough and Spelthorne councils – have announced the formation of a “Working with Heathrow” group, designed to maximise the huge employment, apprenticeship and investment opportunities to be created by a new runway at Heathrow Airport, while … Continue reading
Hounslow Council’s regular resident poll has revealed strong support for expansion at Heathrow Airport.
Heathrow celebrated 70 years of history as Britain’s front door in 2016, welcoming a record 76 million passengers alongside 1.5 million tonnes of cargo.
Heathrow has fulfilled a pledge to cut domestic passenger charges by over a third.
Heathrow Airport say a new poll reveals “rare cross-party unity” as the Government moves to secure Parliamentary approval for Heathrow expansion in 2017.
Regus is to open two new Express facilities at Heathrow Airport at T2 and T3 – to add to the facility already open at T5.
HACAN and Heathrow have set out their support for an Independent Aviation Noise Authority (IANA), one of the recommendations made by the Airports Commission.
Heathrow says it is to commence the preparation of a planning application to expand the airport with a new runway.
Heathrow welcomed a record 5.72 million passengers in November 2016 (+2.5%) alongside a 4.4% growth in cargo volumes.
Seven companies have been contracted by Heathrow to design plans for the airport’s expansion.
Heathrow cargo vuloumes have surged 7%, reflecting the port’s importance to the UK’s economic future following the vote to leave the EU.