London Assembly meeting on City Airport deferred to autumn
at London City Airport has been deferred.
controls around the expansion of the East London airport, which could see flights
increase from 91,000 to 120,000 annually. 
work, including a site visit. It also allows the Committee to await the outcome
of the current Judicial Review of the decision to permit expansion and assess
how it will impact on operations at the airport. 
members of the public are encouraged to continue sharing their views on how flights
at London City Airport affect them by completing a short survey at:
Details of the investigation into City Airport are available at: http://legacy.london.gov.uk/assembly/envmtgs/2010/mar11/item11.rtf . On 5 January 2010 the High Court granted permission for a Judicial Review of
Newham Council’s decision to allow expansion at London City Airport.
A press release issued on 12 March announcing the launch of the investigation
and survey is available at:
http://www.london.gov.uk/media/press_releases_london_assembly/assembly-investigation-city-airport-expansion-takes As well as investigating issues that matter to Londoners, the London Assembly
acts as a check and a balance on the Mayor.