Category Archives: Heathrow
Heathrow Hub, the independent proposal to expand Heathrow Airport via an Extended Northern Runway, has formally complained to the Competition and Markets Authority about the behaviour of Heathrow Airport regarding airport expansion. The complaint, submitted on Heathrow Hub’s behalf by … Continue reading
The leaders of business groups representing over half a million employers across the UK have called on the govenrnment tohold a vote on the future of Heathrow as soon as possible. The leaders of the CBI, British Chambers of Commerce, … Continue reading
Transport for London will be running the Heathrow Connect service from this weekend, part of the programme heading for delivery of an opeational Crossrail service. From Sunday 20 May 2018 Transport for London (TfL) will take over the Heathrow Connect … Continue reading
Spelthorne Council has called for the compensation scheme proposed by Heathrow Airport in its current third runway consultation to be expanded to include parts of their borough. Although the Council has been a long-standing supporter of Heathrow expansion due to … Continue reading
The British Chambers of Commerce and the TUC came together at Heathrow to urge politicians to support expanding the Airport. British Chambers of Commerce Director General Dr Adam Marshall said: “Business communities across the UK are clear – it’s time … Continue reading
The Department for Transport is to hold a series of engagement events to test market interest in funding western and souhern rail links to Heathrow. The proposed link to the West Coast Main Line through a tunnel is the subject … Continue reading
The Department for Transport is to hold a series of engagement events to test market interest in funding western and souhern rail links to Heathrow.
Network Rail is to open a consultation on the western rail access to Heathrow Airport (WRATH) plans. The final round of consultation on the potential new rail link from Reading and Slough to Heathrow Airport opens on 11 May 2018. … Continue reading
Network Rail is to open a consultation the western rail access to Heathrow Airport (WRATH) plans.
The Arora Group has unveiled its plans for new terminal buildings at London Heathrow Airport, which it says will be a cheaper way of dealing with the increased number of passengers than Heathrow’s own plans.
Heathrow has made a record start to 2018 with passengers and trade flowing through Heathrow soaring to record highs.
Heathrow’s most popular food exports – including Scottish shortbread and smoked salmon, Welsh jam, Cornish tea and Northern Ireland drinks – are to be served at Cargo conference Multimodal in a limited edition café promoting the UK’s food exports.
Speakers from Heathrow’s expansion team told a business audience that expansion would bring great economic benefits to the local area, as well as connect the UK to global growth, with Heathrow open to, and an extension of, London.
Heathrow Airport is launching a pitch process to encourage potential commercial development partners to share ideas on how to deliver expansion.
Heathrow Airport has agreed to fund the Heathrow Strategic Planning Group, a collaborative effort across a number of local authorities.
An exhibition – “Heathrow: The Journey” – focussing on the history of the UK’s busiest airport, has opened at the University of West London’s campus in St Mary’s Road, Ealing.
Heathrow Southern Railway has welcomed the agreement between Heathrow Airport Limited, First Group and the Department for Transport (DfT) for continued operation of the Heathrow Express.
Heathrow has posted its 17th consecutive record month, with 6.5 million passengers in March including its busiest departures day ever, with over 136,000 departing passengers travelling on the 30th of March, 2018.
The Heathrow Engineering Apprenticeships scheme is open for applications.
The Arora Group has appointed Lord Grade as Chair of its London Heathrow Airport Expansion Advisory Board.