London Luton Airport Consultative Committee
The importance of consultation about an airport has long been recognised by the Government. That view is consolidated in the Civil Aviation Act 1982, in which section 35 makes provision for the Secretary of State for Transport to designate airports “for the purpose of consultation”. In those cases the setting up of a consultative committee is recommended. The latest Guidelines covering the work and role of consultative committees were published by the Government in December 2003.
Consultative Committees, and Luton is no exception, have no executive role in the decision making process of the Airport. But the aim of the Committee is to ensure that as wide a range of views as possible is made available to the London Luton Airport management team so that they can take account of the issues which are of concern to those using the airport, working at it or living around it.
London Luton Airport
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