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THAMES HUB AIRPORT. Global Context – City population 2012. Latitude. London. Istanbul. Beijing. New York. Tokyo. Dubai. Graph showing geographical distribution of population for the largest 2000 metro areas on the left, and summated by latitude on the right.

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Thames hub airport

THAMES HUB AIRPORT


Global context city population 2012

Global Context – City population 2012

Latitude

London

Istanbul

Beijing

New York

Tokyo

Dubai

Graph showing geographical

distribution of population for the largest

2000 metro areas on the left, and summated by latitude on the right.

(Data from the Hambalt 6000 model).

Sao Paulo

Sydney

Metro Popn 2012

0

36,500,000

Global Population %

Longitute


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Global Context


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Global Context – London’s access to global GDP

GDP% within 13 hours

London

Istanbul

Beijing

Tokyo

Dubai

New York

Sao Paulo

Seats 2012

0

85,677,685

Sydney

GDP% within 3 hours

Graph showing for each of the top metro areas the percentage of GDP accessible by short-haul and long-haul flight distances. City circle size proportional to current available flight capacity (measured in seats).

Map centred on London showing metro areas sized by

GDP, rings showing locations accessible within the time frame of a short-haul (3hrs) and a long-haul (13hrs) flight.


Regional context

Regional Context

Graph on population growth

Stansted

London’s growth is to the east, this is where new infrastructure will have to be built and to accommodate 2m more people. It is least populated area now and is where we need to do strategic development.

Thames Hub

Heathrow

London City

Gatwick


Regional context1

Regional Context

Graph on population growth

Stansted

London’s growth is to the east, this is where new infrastructure will have to be built and to accommodate 2m more people. It is least populated area now and is where we need to do strategic development.

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Heathrow

London City

Gatwick


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Euro control, quote by 2030 27 European airports will be full

This is perceived as a UK problem but it is Europe wide. Headlines on capacity constraint

Leapfrog

Air Traffic Movements – Capacity 2014

800,000

600,000

400,000

Annual Movements (flights)

200,000

0

Amsterdam

Frankfurt

Paris

Heathrow

Sources: BAA, Fraport, Schiphol Group, ADP, ACI


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Euro control, quote by 2030 27 European airports will be full

This is perceived as a UK problem but it is Europe wide. Headlines on capacity constraint

Leapfrog

Air Traffic Movements – Unused Capacity 2014

800,000

26.5%

25.5%

30%

600,000

1.5%

400,000

Annual Movements (flights)

200,000

0

Amsterdam

Frankfurt

Paris

Heathrow

Sources: BAA, Fraport, Schiphol Group, ADP, ACI


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Euro control, quote by 2030 27 European airports will be full

This is perceived as a UK problem but it is Europe wide. Headlines on capacity constraint

Leapfrog

Air Traffic Movements – Capacity 2030

800,000

600,000

400,000

Annual Movements (flights)

200,000

0

Amsterdam

Frankfurt

Paris

Heathrow

With 3rd runway

Sources: BAA, Fraport, Schiphol Group, ADP, ACI


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Euro control, quote by 2030 27 European airports will be full

This is perceived as a UK problem but it is Europe wide. Headlines on capacity constraint

Leapfrog

Air Traffic Movements – Capacity 2030

800,000

600,000

400,000

Annual Movements (flights)

200,000

0

Amsterdam

Frankfurt

Paris

Heathrow

With 3rd runway

Maintaining the UK’s hub status

Sources: BAA, Fraport, Schiphol Group, ADP, ACI


Proposed airport isle of grain

Proposed Airport : Isle of Grain

24 Hour

110 million passengers

Expand to150 million +

4 runways

Resilient

Adjacent to HS1

Accessible from Europe, UK, and London

Deliverable by the private sector


Carbon and estuary

Carbon and Estuary

  • Commission information on emissions and how we fit

  • All solutions face same carbon emission limits. We can design something with lowest carbon access, most efficient ground movement and efficient runway access


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Efficiency reduces emissions


Surface access

Surface Access

HS2

High speed in Europe with airports shown

Crossrail

The infrastructure already exists. Javelin capacity figure.

Design for 110mppa with existing to get to 2040 and work in conjunction with other investments for London’s expansion.

HS1


Surface access 20 trains each way per hour

Surface Access – 20 trains each way per hour


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Surface Access

Parkway/ Journey Time catchment

and surface connectivity

London Quadrant diagram

with Park and Ride


Value to economy of belly freight

Value to economy of belly freight

90% of airfreight by value is belly freight from Heathrow


Flight paths over areas of low population

Flight paths over areas of low population

NoisePopulation

54 dB 152,018

57 dB 21,812

60 dB 2,695

63 dB 926

66 dB 453

66 dB 0

66 dB 18

69 dB 985

72 dB 22

72 dB 1,034


Noise

Noise

  • Ears don’t

  • read numbers

The number of people living within Heathrow’s 57L Aeq Contour has fallen significantly despite higher numbers of air traffic movements. (Source:CAA, courtesy of Airports Commissions)

Its nosier, stats on complaints


Airspace

Airspace

  • Quote from NATS in TFL report SESAR Statements and need to replan.

  • Question City impact. Means you close Heathrow,

Planefinder.net


Safety

Safety


Bird strike

Bird Strike


Coastal airports

Coastal Airports

Tokyo International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport

Singapore Changi Airport

Ataturk International Airport

John F. Kennedy International Airport

San Francisco International Airport


Natural environment impact

Natural Environment Impact

  • Our or others map of designated sites.

  • Any information from current flooding or storm surge. EATE 2100 Report


Natural environment impact1

Natural Environment Impact

Intertidal habitat replacement area in TE2100 report

  • Our or others map of designated sites.

  • Any information from current flooding or storm surge. EATE 2100 Report

  • Info on Wallasea Island and South East Flooded Land


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Natural Environment Impact

Wallasea Island created by Crossrail spoil


1 266 live within the airport footprint

1,266 live within the airport footprint

311

348

230

374

413

295

328

355

353

294

317

  • Usual Resident Population, 2011

Usual Resident Population, 2011


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Proximity to Thames Hub


Thames hub airport

Proximity to Heathrow


Cost 20 billion

Cost – £20 billion

  • Item £billion

  • Land Purchase / Legal Fees 3.44

  • Land reclamation 1.77

  • Site preparation 0.07

  • Formation of compensatory habitats for birds 1.21

  • Runways, taxiways and aircraft aprons 1.93

  • Terminal and satellite buildings and airport roads 7.71

  • Air traffic control equipment and navigational aids 0.06

  • Consolidation centres 0.02

  • Maintenance facilities 0.09

  • Ground support equipment facilities 0.05

  • Central plant to serve the campus 0.14

  • Fire stations and other rescue services 0.10

  • On-site access roads and landscaping 0.25

  • Long and short stay car parking 0.42

  • Airport offices 1.24

  • Compensation / Transition Costs 1.50

  • Total 20.00

  • DL figures two stage. Global benchmark local measure. Cross checked by a leading airport operator and contractor

Image of a crane with an aircraft at heathrow

Heathrow third runway

£18 billion

Thames Hub 4 runways

£20 billion


The business model assumptions

The Business Model - Assumptions

RAB based, only passenger can pay

Promotion group, delivery sale to operator

Allocation of risk


Redevelopment at heathrow

Redevelopment at Heathrow

University

Commerical

Residential

Entertainment

Technology


Timeline and process

Timeline and Process


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