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The Richmond Heathrow Campaign represents three amenity groups in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

Richmond Society logo


Kew Society logo



Friends of Richmond Green logo


Together these have over 2,000 members.


Our Aims

The members of our amenity groups are adversely affected by noise from Heathrow’s flight paths, particularly in the night period.

  • We seek an end to Heathrow night flights
  • We oppose any dilution of Heathrow runway alternation
  • We oppose new runways at Heathrow

No further runways are needed in the South-East of England. Capacity needs can be easily met through projected increased aircraft occupancy, and by reducing the number of international transfers at Heathrow which add no value to the UK Economy and in practice decrease the number of destinations served.

We nevertheless recognise the importance of air transport for London and the need to make provision for handling the forecast increase in air passenger numbers. We therefore seek to make a positive contribution to the development of policies for London airport capacity and connectivity.

Our Research

We have carried out extensive research into Heathrow, its impact on the community, and proposals for its expansion. You can read the results of this:

Who we are

The Richmond Heathrow Campaign’s committee consists of representatives of its constituent organisations and seconded members with relevant expertise.

  • Peter Willan (Chair of the RHC),
    Richmond Society Exec,
    Friends of Richmond Green Committee
  • Caroline Brock, Chair of the Kew Society
  • Michael Glazebrook,
    former Chair of the Kew Society
  • Peter Griffiths, Friends of Richmond Green
  • Neil Maybin, Richmond Society Exec
  • Professor Roger Mason
  • Michael McCrory
  • Alastair Rosenschein


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