Our Mission:

Engage...

The Heathrow Community Engagement Board (HCEB) acts as a focal point for engagement between Heathrow airport, local authorities, community groups, passengers and other airport users.

 
 
 

About HCEB

The creation of a community engagement board was one of the measures recommended by the Airports Commission to help ensure that all local communities can contribute effectively to the planning process for the proposed expansion of the airport.

Last year it was agreed that the Heathrow Airport Consultative Committee (HACC), an existing forum for local authorities, airport users and interest groups, would take on the additional responsibilities of the engagement board. The HACC was relaunched formally as the HCEB at the start of 2018.

Over the next few months the HCEB will continue to evolve into an organisation which can represent all communities.

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Your Chair

“My highest priority is getting out and about, meeting people in the local communities and hearing their views. I am keen to listen and learn and to ensure that the membership and activities of the HCEB are shaped by the key stakeholders, especially Heathrow's closest neighbours." 

Rachel Cerfontyne

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Membership

The members of the committee are drawn from three broad groups:

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LOCAL AUTHORITIES

All those whose boundary abuts Heathrow or where the communities are significantly affected by the operation of the airport.

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AIRPORT USER GROUPS

Travel and tourism industry, aviation industry including airlines, passengers

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LOCAL INTEREST GROUPS

Groups representing local people affected by the airport’s operations including environmental and noise groups, business and economic groups (including trade unions) and residents’ groups.