New Heathrow runway wouldn't flout pollution laws, study suggests



Research has suggested a new runway could be built at Heathrow without breaking pollution laws, it has been reported.
The BBC said the independent study, led by the University of Cambridge, measured poisonous nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels using 40 sensors in and around the London airport.
London mayor Sadiq Khan made a last-ditch plea to Theresa May this week, calling for an extra runway to be built at Gatwick rather than Heathrow.
The shortlisted options being considered are a third runway at Heathrow, extending its existing northern runway, and a second runway at Gatwick.
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6 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 28
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