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Inner Thames Estuary feasibility studies: terms of reference

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Terms of reference: inner Thames Estuary feasibility studies

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The commission received 29 responses to its consultation on the proposed terms of reference for the inner Thames Estuary feasibility studies.

This document summarises responses to the consultation and, as an outcome of the consultation, sets out the terms of reference for 4 studies that the commission is undertaking on an inner Thames Estuary airport proposal.

Original consultation

Summary

Terms of reference for 4 research studies which the Airports Commission will be taking forward.

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Consultation description

This publication sets out the Commission’s current position on taking forward additional feasibility and impacts work for an inner Thames Estuary airport proposal.

It invites comments on the draft terms of reference for the 4 research studies which the Airports Commission will be taking forward.

Documents

Introductory note: inner Thames Estuary feasibility studies consultation document

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Published 16 January 2014
Last updated 27 March 2014 + show all updates
  1. Added consultation response featuring amended terms of reference.
  2. First published.