Luton Airport invites Markyate, Flamstead, Wheathampsted and Redbourn residents to public forums on noise pollution

PUBLISHED: 19:00 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:33 07 March 2018

An aerial view of St Albans city centre as seen from an easyjet flight from Luton airport to Amsterdam, Netherlands in October 2015.

An aerial view of St Albans city centre as seen from an easyjet flight from Luton airport to Amsterdam, Netherlands in October 2015.

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Residents of villages surrounding St Albans and Harpenden who are affected by aircraft noise pollution from Luton Airport are invited to share their views at a public forum.

The first public drop-in surgery will be held in at the YK2 Hall in Cavendish Road, Markyate from 4pm to 7pm on Thursday, March 15.

Luton Airport holds the surgeries regularly to provide an opportunity for local residents and their representatives to meet with the flight operations team. The team will be able to provide information and answer queries on airspace and aircraft noise.

Other surgeries are being held at the same time of day on Wednesday, May 9 in Memorial Hall in Marford Road, Wheathampstead, on Thursday, July 26 in Flamstead Village Hall in Church Road, Flamstead and on Thursday, September 27 in Redbourn Parish Centre in The Park, Redbourn.

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