Last edited 29 November 2010 at 12:00pm

Climate-wrecking plans for a third runway at Heathrow airport have been axed. In a huge victory in the fight for genuine action against catastrophic climate change, the coalition government has cancelled the project. Which means that Airplot, the piece of land slap bang in the middle of the proposed third runway site at Heathrow and collectively owned by tens of thousands of people from around the world, probably won't now be needed.

Campaign updates

Updated: Heathrow Third Runway Slammed by High Court

Campaigners leave the High Court victorious this morning after the result of a judicial review into the planned third runway at Heathrow declared that the...
Posted by davewalsh - 26 March, 2010 - 12:47 -

What would you build on the Airplot?

What would you build on our piece of land to stop the third runway? Lordy. When we launched the Airplot fortress competition a few weeks ago, I don't think...
Posted by jamie - 17 February, 2010 - 12:50 -

Sipson ‘twinned’ with Manchester Airport residents

Find more photos from the twinning on Flickr. At the end of last year, Manchester Council approved proposals to expand Manchester airport's freight...
Posted by annaj - 9 February, 2010 - 16:33

How to build an activist base on the Airplot - we need your ideas!

Update April 23: The deadline for this competition has now passed. No further entries are being accepted. Exhibition: Come and see the Heathrow Contest...
Posted by jamie - 28 January, 2010 - 11:59 -

Wave of supporter Airplot activity sweeps country

Gerald Kaufman MP (far right) joins Manchester supporters in planting an apple tree to oppose the third runway From small acorns do mighty oak trees grow. Okay...
Posted by jamie - 25 November, 2009 - 15:17 -

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