Momentum Building Behind Gatwick …As the Only Deliverable Choice for Expansion

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Momentum is gathering behind Gatwick’s case for airport expansion in the South East as the debate over where the UK’s next runway should be built reaches a crucial point.

The Commission will have to consider a range of factors in making its final decision but the consultation document indicates why expansion at Gatwick best answers all the questions. It can give the country two world class airports.

The UK gets the economic benefit it needs at a fraction of the environmental impact of Heathrow today. It would mean competition and lower fares for passengers. Gatwick has a financing plan and a construction project that can be delivered without huge risk to the public purse.

As the Commission underlines Gatwick can actually be delivered by 2025. We have a safeguarded site with little risk and no complex construction across major motorways.  Our new runway can be funded without a penny of taxpayers’ money at a time when there are a lot of other competing priorities for public funds.

After decades of indecision, the UK needs something to happen.




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