London City Airport Consultation

Constituents may be aware that London City Airport has recently launched a public consultation on its Draft Master Plan for the 2020-2035 period. This document outlines the airport's expansion plans including how they seek to address issues relating to pollution and noise, something which I know is a key issue for those living under the airport’s flight path.

The consultation documents can be accessed online, using the link at the bottom of this article, where constituents will also be able to find information on consultation events. Constituents may also attend the Romford library, where you will be able to view large A3 versions of consultation documents, something which may be helpful to older residents or those with sight issues.

The consultation will run until 20th September and I would be grateful if responding constituents could inform me of their own responses so that I may reflect upon their comments within my own contribution.

Link to consultation - https://www.londoncityairport.com/corporate/consultation 

In other news...

Community organisations and charities may be interested in the email below that I received from London City Airport. Information on how to bid for their community fund of grants from £300 to £3000 can be found below. 

 

Dear Ms Lopez,

Re: £75,000 Community Fund for grassroots organisations

I am delighted to let you know that, today, London City Airport has launched a brand-new Community Fund that could benefit organisations in the area you represent.

Grants for the new fund will range from £300 to £3,000 and will be available to local charities and not-for-profit organisations enabling significant and positive change for our local communities.

It would be great if you could share details of the fund with organisations you may know who could benefit.

If you would like to find out more about the fund,  please visit the dedicated website and if you have any further questions please email the dedicated email address: community.fund@londoncityairport.com.

Best wishes,

Ross