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MP calls for views on Huntingdonshire flight stack proposals


16th November 2020

Responding to Luton Airport’s proposals to create a new holding stack over the skies of Huntingdonshire Jonathan Djanogly MP is calling for local residents to make their views known.

If approved the proposals will see new arrival routes for flights into Luton Airport and planes being stacked in a ‘hold’ formation above the skies of Huntingdonshire whilst they are waiting to be given permission to land at Luton.

Commenting, Jonathan Djanogly MP said:

“I am very concerned about the impact that these proposals would have on great swathes of my constituency, and I have already heard the concerns of many residents of those areas that would be directly affected.

By his own admission the operations director of Luton Airport accepts that our communities will be adversely affected by these proposals, suffering from additional noise pollution.

I led the campaign against similar proposals once before and it is important that we make our views known again now that these plans have returned. I have already written to all local parish councils and am collating their responses as they are received. I would also like to hear the wider views or concerns of residents from across my constituency to enable me to reflect local feeling and make a full representation on behalf of our community.”

Mr Djanogly is encouraging residents to respond directly to the public consultation so that different representations are formally recorded but also asks that residents send him their views.

Full details of the public consultation which is open until 5 February 2021 can be found at: https://consultations.airspacechange.co.uk/london-luton-airport/ad6_luton_arrivals/

Jonathan Djanogly MP can be contacted by email at: jonathan.djanogly.mp@parliament.uk or by writing to: Jonathan Djanogly MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA.



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