CAP1964: Economic regulation of Heathrow: working paper on the efficiency of HAL’s capital expenditure during Q6, September 2020

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Reference:CAP1964
Title:Economic regulation of Heathrow: working paper on the efficiency of HAL’s capital expenditure during Q6, September 2020
Description:This working paper discusses our approach to reviewing Heathrow’s Airport Limited (HAL’s) capital expenditure (capex) incurred during the Q6 price control. In particular, it includes:

• a recap of our previous work in this area;
• our method for selecting a sample of projects for review and a summary of the findings of our consultants (Arcadis) on whether there is evidence of inefficiency in relation to these projects;
• our proposed approach to reviewing these findings including in the context of broader issues; and
• the next steps.


Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:22 September 2020
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