3 February to 16 March
Heathrow Airport Ltd (HAL) ran a public consultation on:
- which factors were seen as the most important when planning a new runway;
- attitudes to noise relief and community impacts; and
- suggested improvements to the new runway proposal.
July to September
HAL held consultation to “to provide property owners, tenants and small business owners with the opportunity to engage in and influence the development of property and noise compensation proposals to be offered in the event of a new runway at Heathrow.”
22 September to 22 October 2022
Period of Mitie Care and Custody contract to run Harmondsworth and Colnbrook immigration detention centres.
17 January to 28 March
HAL launches first phase of consultations, seeking views on “[their] emerging proposals in terms of what the expanded airport could look like, how it might operate, and how we might best mitigate against the potential impacts, including proposals for compensation and noise insulation.”
The Second Shaw Report on immigration detention is published.
Judicial review pre-action protocol letter is sent to initiate legal challenge against HAL.
9 January to 23 February
Heathrow’s launches next consultation
phase, ‘Airport Future Operations Consultation’, consulting on:
- airspace change and future operations; and
- preferred master plan for Heathrow expansion.
Deadline for submissions on the Immigration and Social Security Coordination bill (EU Withdrawal Bill).
The High Court rejects the legal challenge brought against the Heathrow expansion. Friends of the Earth have announced that they will appeal this decision.
18 June to 13 September
HAL launch their final phase of consultations and it is expected that this is when they will consult on the replacement immigration detention centre.
When HAL expects to submit the DCO to the Planning Inspectorate (PI). After receipt of the application, the PI will have 28 days to review the application and decide whether to accept it for examination or not.
Mitie’s contract to run Colnbrook and Harmondsworth ends.