Welcome

We are a local group campaigning against plans to allow Heathrow to increase noise, pollution and traffic congestion in Hammersmith & Fulham.

We are at the forefront of No Third Runway (Facebook, opens in new page), launched on 21st March 2017.  It is a coalition of 18 organisations opposing a 3rd runway at Heathrow. We were interviewed on London Live on the day of the launch.

You can find out more about what we have done so far on our news and events pages.

Following our successful first awareness event on 1st April we had another one on 13th May

We aim to raise the low levels of awareness about the negative consequences for H&F residents if the third runway goes ahead and have as many people as possible respond to the consultation (by 25th May) on Heathrow expansion  .

 

Anyone wanting to join the Management Committee to help us develop our initiatives and make them happen should please contact us.

Or you may just want to help with one of the projects without joining the Committee. We welcome any help and are particularly interested in anyone with expertise in communication, social media, publicity and PR, again, please contact us.

We’re pleased to say that h&fnothirdrunway has the full and active support of the Council and of our local MP

Best wishes

Christina & Victoria
Co-Chairs h&fnothirdrunway

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Please print off our poster and display it.

Write to the Prime Minister explaining why a third runway at Heathrow is undeliverable.  Information to help you here.

                                                                                                                                     

 

We are a group of residents in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham who are concerned about noise, pollution and traffic caused by Heathrow.  We oppose any expansion.

If there were expansion, it’s likely there would be new flightpaths over both Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush. We wrote to Heathrow to ask them to mount demonstration flights over Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush in order for residents to experience the noise. Heathrow replied but didn’t answer the question.  They referred us to the Department of Transport … to whom we shall be writing with the same request. We will keep you posted.

Previously some of us served on the Hammersmith & Fulham Commission on Airport Expansion and submitted a detailed submission on the effect that Heathrow expansion would have on residents. We concluded that the overall affect would be adverse, particularly as regards noise, traffic congestion and air pollution.

We have enter a discussion period. Now is the time to ensure our voices are heard. Read the local Air Commission’s letter of 31st August 2016 to the Prime Minister.