CAP1436: Proposal to extend by one year the current price control on Heathrow Airport Limited

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Reference:CAP1436
Title:Proposal to extend by one year the current price control on Heathrow Airport Limited
Description:This consultation sets out our proposal to extend the current price control (Q6) on Heathrow Airport Limited by one year, so that it expires at the end of 2019 rather than the end of 2018. Our current view is that an extension by one year (Q6+1) would be in the interests of users on the basis that it will reduce the risk that the H7 process is sub-optimal due to runway uncertainty and lower levels of industry engagement.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:27 July 2016
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