Objectors set out case against 'defective' Heathrow expansion policy statement

The government's Airports National Policy Statement (ANPS), which sets the policy framework for the expansion of Heathrow airport, should be "set aside and reconsidered" if it is found to be legally flawed, the High Court has been told on the first day of a legal challenge against the airport's expansion.

by Court reporter
London's Royal Courts of Justice: Heathrow challenge opens
London's Royal Courts of Justice: Heathrow challenge opens

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