The MP for Stevenage has called a meeting with the Secretary of State for Transport over Luton Airport's expansion...
Stephen McPartland's told JACK fm many residents feel their concerns are being ignored by planning bosses and he wants Patrick McLoughlin to intervene.
Mr McPartland says he lives in the flightpath: "Some of these aircraft are very noisy and living under the flightpath in the summer months especially, you hear the noise more and more.
We are going to be hear double that noise and that is a real concern. We need to make sure we have our voices heard."
The Stevenage MP continued: "We have to push the objections as hard and as far as we can, because the Secretary of State can call the issue in. I have written and spoken to him about the issue already, but wan to discuss this in further detail."
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It comes on the day an exhibition explaining blueprints to increase passenger capacity from 10 to 18 million is being held at the Old Town Hall in St Albans' Market Place.
Cllr Teresa Heritage, Portfolio Holder for Planning and Conservation at St Albans City & District Council said: "As was the case for the Harpenden exhibition earlier in September, this is a good opportunity for local people to find out more about the airport's proposals, ask questions and comment."
Other meetings will be held on September 28th at Slip End Parish Hall (3-8pm) and October 2nd at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre (3-8pm).
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