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What sorts of difficulties are faced by these buyers’ agents getting involved in the process?

Internal monitoring of its implementation for the various plans involving all departments involved will be needed as well as external audits. You can come and go any time you want and are not made to report your visits to the receptionist. However, in light of the recent ruling by the High Court on the exclusion of Gatwick from this consultation process, and the likely re-opening of the consultation as a result, it is the view of the Association that should the Government reconsider the way in which the process is conducted.

However, in light of the recent ruling by the High Court on the exclusion of Gatwick from this consultation process, and the likely re-opening of the consultation as a result, it is the view of the Association that should the Government reconsider the way in which the process is conducted. Quality Home Buying Process The TCPA has found difficulty in responding, because of the way the exercise has been regionally fragmented.

The potential catchment areas of major airports go far beyond regional boundaries, even the boundaries of the extended regions used for the consultation. Any meaningful strategy can only be developed nationally for the entire UK. The TCPA is also concerned that the presentation of choices is biased because it does not properly consider the potential for constraining demand.

In particular, there is a technical difficulty in reconciling the exercise on the South East, The other regional reports make repeated references to two key demand forecasts But the South East report does not refer to these Scenarios: Chapter 5 uses an ‘unconstrained’ demand forecast which gives a national demand in 2030 of 500m passengers of whom 300m would use the principal South East airports (Para. 5.21), which evidently is the RRC Scenario used in the other reports. Such an omission is remarkable, because the effects of a carbon tax are discussed in an appendix (Annex B), where however no figures are given.

It is also noticeable that the report stresses the sensitivity of the demand forecasts to the level of air fares: in particular, it suggests that a 2 per cent reduction in air fares per annum would increase the central forecast of demand for year 2020 by no less than 20%. In consequence, the South East report appears seriously biased in its presentation of the issue and in particular of alternative policies. Equally, some of the regional reports reflect a bias in favour of what we would suspect is a ‘business as usual’ approach.