CAP1541: Consultation on core elements of the regulatory framework to support capacity expansion at Heathrow

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Title:Consultation on core elements of the regulatory framework to support capacity expansion at Heathrow
Description:This document follows on from our January 2017 Consultation on the priorities and timetable for our programme of work on the economic regulation of new capacity at Heathrow.

It confirms our priorities and seeks views on our latest thinking on the development of core elements of the regulatory framework for Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL).

Theses core elements also build on our discussion document on Strategic Themes for the review of HAL’s charges (“H7”).

This consultation also updates our thinking on the timetable issues discussed in our Guidance for HAL in preparing its business plans for the H7 price control review.

Review Comment:None
Date:30 June 2017
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