Wednesday, 18 January 2012

The Mayor of London wants to build an international airport on a man made island off the Kent and Essex coast in the Thames Estuary.

Plane flying over road

Medway Council, Kent County Council, and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) have started a campaign to get this £40billion scheme thrown out due to the massive impact it will have on our area and the environment.
Seven years ago, they successfully fought off a similar scheme at Cliffe, on the Hoo Peninsula, thanks to overwhelming support from the public.
The best way to stop this new unnecessary and expensive proposal is to make your voice heard. Please leave a comment on the Mayor of London’s plans for a Thames Estuary airport and register for our petition against the proposals below.
Download our campaign poster to display at home
See what the insiders really think of the planned airport

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