CAP1610: Economic regulation of capacity expansion at Heathrow: policy update and consultation

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Title:Economic regulation of capacity expansion at Heathrow: policy update and consultation
Description:This document follows on from the June 2017 Consultation on the core elements of the regulatory framework to support capacity expansion at Heathrow.

It confirms our approach in respect of key elements of the regulatory framework for Heathrow Airport Limited and discusses issues around the relationship between the regulatory framework and alternative delivery mechanisms, the cost of capital, financeability, financial resilience, the regulatory treatment of early construction costs and the further extension of existing Q6 price control.

This consultation document is supported by a Technical appendix: Estimating the cost of capital for H7 (An independent report produced by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP) .

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Review Comment:None
Date:14 December 2017
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