There’s just three weeks left before we finalise the deed of trust for Airplot; the names of all Airplotters will be included, and everyone will be issued with a certificate of beneficial ownership. If you're not signed up yet, now's the time. If you are, then please ask your friends and family to join the plot, along with Greenpeace, Emma Thompson, Alistair McGowan and Zac Goldsmith and 77,500 other people!
By the time the deeds are finalised on May 1st, we aim to have 100,000 airplotters. We need your help to achieve this, so that the next UK government gets the message: that it's answerable to a huge body of people that oppose Heathrow's third runway.
In case you don't know, Airplot is our small piece of land in the village of Sipson, on the edge of Heathrow Airport. If Heathrow expands, Sipson and the surrounding area would be destroyed, and the airport would become the single biggest source of climate pollution in the country. If a new government supports this plan, we will challenge the proposals through the planning system and are prepared to take peaceful direct action to stop the runway.
The campaign has gone from strength to strength in recent months thanks to the support of thousands of supporters and airplotters, and a wide range of organisations and local community groups. Last month we won a major victory for the campaign, with the government dealt a huge blow by the High Court over its decision to support a third runway at Heathrow. This is great news, but there's still work to be done. We won't rest until the government permanently and categorically rules out construction of a third runway.
Please help us grow the Airplot community and overturn the runway plans for good. Once the Airplot deeds have been signed, that's it – they can't be reopened. So not only make sure you're part of the plot – but bring along everyone you know too. Together we can defend the Airplot and the climate!
What can you do? Here are some ideas:
Invite your friends to www.airplot.org.uk
Post it on Facebook, or repost from our Facebook page.
Tweet it, or retweet our Airplot posts from @greenpeaceuk