London Evening Standard London Airports Debate
27th June 2012 18:30-17:00
London Evening Standard London Airports Debate – 27th June 2012
Tamsin Ormond, Willie Walsh and Alain De Botton, amongst others to speak at event
London Evening Standard will be holding a debate on London’s aviation capacity crisis on Wednesday 27th June with some leading speakers.
Hosted by broadcaster and journalist Jon Sopel, the debate will cover the key issues affecting Londoners - from a third runway at Heathrow to the possibility of building a new £50 billion island airport in the Thames Estuary.
These issues and more will be battled out by a host of speakers fromdifferent sides of the fence. Willie Walsh, owner of British Airways and Daniel Moylan, the Mayor’s key advisor on aviation, arejust two of the voices taking part at the Emmanuel Centre in central London. They will be joined by writer Alain de Botton, CBI Chief Policy Director Katja Hall and environmental campaigner Tamsin Omond.
When: Wednesday 27th June 6.45pm. Doors open at 6:00pm.
Where: Emmanuel Centre, 9-23 Marsham Street, Westminster,London SW1P 3DW.
Tickets: Free, but are limited and must be reserved through the event website on a first-come, first served basis.
Link to Event: http://www.standardevents.co.uk/airports
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