HAL – Heathrow Airport Expansion – Greater London - Project Profile

HAL – Heathrow Airport Expansion – Greater London - Project Profile

  • March 2018 •
  • 9 pages •
  • Report ID: 4473681
Synopsis
"HAL – Heathrow Airport Expansion – Greater London - Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.

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Summary
Heathrow Airport Holdings Ltd (HAL) is planning to build a third runway at Heathrow Airport in London, the UK.

The project involves the construction of a 2,200m runway. It includes the construction of parallel taxiways, cross-taxiways, 42 aircraft stands and associated piers, baggage and aircraft handling facilities, and a new air-traffic control tower.

The project was approved by the government in January 2009. However, in May 2010, the project was placed on hold by the new government due to its huge cost and a potential increase in Britain’s carbon emissions.

In July 2015, project plans were revived.

HAL appointed Mott MacDonald as master planner.

On December 10, 2015, the government has delayed a decision on whether to build a new runway at Heathrow Airport.

In October 2016, the government decided to go ahead with the expansion and a public consultation will likely to be held in 2017.

On December 1, 2016, HAL revealed a team of seven design contractors for four-year term named as Integrated Design Team (IDT) comprising Amec Foster Wheeler for sustainability strategy and EIA, Arup for its engineering and passenger experience programme, Atkins for its engineering and IT capabilities, Grimshaw as concept architect, Mott MacDonald for creating airport masterplan, Jacobs to bring resilence into the plan and Quod as planning consultancy for the project.

On February 2, 2017, HAL published the plans and began public consultation process. Subsequently, 16-week public consultation was held.

In July 2017, HAL drops the construction of the sixth terminal from its expansion plans.

The feedback received after public consultation is being analyzed and a final version is expected to be published for MPs to approve in a vote in Parliament in 2018. Subject to approval, National Policy Statements(NPS) will provide planning policy and policy tests that will be applied to the airport expansion.

In September 2017, HAL confirmed a short period further consultation will be conducted by year-end focusing on elements of NPS being affected before the parliament scrutiny in the first half of 2018.

As of January 2018, HAL was undertaking a public consultation for the three options of the new runway, with its length varying from 3,200m to 3,500m.

Scope
The project involves the construction of a 2,200m runway at the Heathrow Airport in London, UK.

The US$27,386 million project also includes the following:
1. Construction of new parallel taxiways
2. Construction of cross-taxiways
3. Construction of 42 aircraft stands and associated piers
4. Construction of baggage and aircraft handling facilities
5. Construction of new air-traffic control tower
6. Construction of road connection from the M11 into the new terminal area
7. Construction of car parking facilities

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Country=UnitedKingdom Industry=Airport ParentIndustry=HeavyIndustry Date=201803 Publisher=Timetric Price=1000