Council Gets Thousands Of Responses On Airport
Dedicated hotline operating on Heathrow expansion
Residents have been urged to call a dedicated hotline to make some noise over Heathrow.
The clarion call comes after Hounslow Council said it has received 4000 responses so far on its groundbreaking community consultation on the possible expansion of Heathrow Airport.
Councillor Colin Ellar, deputy leader and cabinet member for environment at Hounslow Council, said: “This is the biggest single issue effecting the borough and it’s vital residents make their voice heard over the expansion of Heathrow.
“If any Hounslow residents want more questionnaires, they can call our Heathrow hotline, T: 020 8583 2186 and we’ll send out a consultation booklet. They can also contact us on Twitter (@LBofHounslow) or Facebook ( www.facebook.com/hounslowcouncil) to request additional copies.”
If residents call the hotline over the Bank Holiday weekend, callers can simply leave their name and address on the answer phone and a questionnaire will be sent out on Tuesday (7 May).
Community consultation roadshows have been visiting libraries and high streets, and in the next two weeks they will be at:
The consultation closes on Thursday 16 May.
May 3, 2013