Public meetings to discuss airport plans
Hertfordshire County Council has organised six public meetings to allow people to have their say about the government’s airport expansion plans.
The authority is teaming up with East Herts and Essex in urging ministers to reconsider proposals for additional runways at Stansted and the expansion of Luton.
Councillor Derrick Ashley, who speaks on environment issues, says the expansions are not needed and that the authority’s own research shows that future demand can be met without building new runways in the southeast.
The three authorities have produced a brochure setting out their views on ...
The nearest meeting is to be held at Hertfordshire County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford at 19:30 on Thursday 10 April.
The full list of public meetings is as follows ...
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3 April 2003