- London City AirportEnvironment Manager
- Civil Aviation AuthorityDirectorate of Airspace Policy
London City Airport & CAA - Reverse the decision to concentrate flight paths
We, the undersigned, are calling upon London City Airport and the Civil Aviation Authority to scrap the concentration of flight paths over selected communities across London - these include Bow, Leyton, Leytonstone, Wanstead, Redbridge, Barkingside and Collier Row. We believe these changes – that came in on 4th February 2016 – have created noise ghettos in our communities and significantly decreased the quality of life of the residents.
The consultation runs until February 2017, at which point the CAA will review and publish their decision in May 2017.
A detailed explanation of what has changed, the wider area impacted, and why this petition is important, can be found in HACAN East's guide here:
We would also like people to voice their complaints in writing, to the following contacts:
London City Airport: James Shearman, Environment Manager at:
London City Airport, City Aviation House, Royal Docks, London E16 2PB
Or call +44 (0)207 646 0200
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) - information or complaints concerning flight paths:
Directorate of Airspace Policy, K6 G7, CAA House, 45-59 Kingsway, London WC2B 6TE
HACAN East would like you to CC email@example.com in your emails to one of the above organisations, as it helps them build an even broader picture of your thoughts and feelings on the issue.
- Environment Manager
London City Airport
- Directorate of Airspace Policy
Civil Aviation Authority
London City Airport - Reverse the decision to concentrate flight paths
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