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  • ARCADIS GUIDANCE TO THE CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY ON HEATHROW EXPANSION PROGRAMME

    HEATHROW AIRPORT LIMITED MASTERPLAN REVIEW STEP 0 REPORT - FINAL

    OCTOBER 2019

  • JONATHAN TREECE Account Manager for the Civil Aviation Authority M: +44 (0)7469 378 743 E: Jonathan.Treece@arcadis.com

    Arcadis 34 York Way London N1 9AB

    JASON BUCKLAND Head of Aviation Business Consulting M: + 44 (0)7818 525 930 E: Jason.Buckland@arcadis.com

    Arcadis Bernard Weatherill House 8 Mint Walk Croydon CR0 1EA

  • ARCADIS GUIDANCE TO THE CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY STEP 0 REPORT

    Authors

    Jonathan Treece Nicky Jones

    Glen Crowland Steve Ginns

    Orrin James Priyanka Gaonkar

    Iain Coutts Chris Kirby

    George Zaharia Matthew Grubb

    Damian Madgwick Samuel Evans

    Checkers

    Jason Buckland

    Theo Panayi

    Simon Dean McCarroll

    Approver Simon Rawlinson

    Report No. 01

    Date October 2019

    This report dated October 2019 has been prepared for Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) (the “Client”) in accordance with the terms and conditions of appointment dated 02 May 2017 (the “Appointment”) between the Client and Arcadis UK Limited (“Arcadis”) for the purposes specified in the Appointment. For avoidance of doubt, no other person(s) may use or rely upon this report or its contents, and Arcadis accepts no responsibility for any such use or reliance thereon by any other third party. Arcadis acknowledges that the CAA may be required under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 ("FOIA") and Environmental Information Regulations ("EIRs") to disclose certain information (including information of a commercially sensitive nature relating to Arcadis, its intellectual property rights or its business commercially sensitive information ("Commercially Sensitive Information")). In the event of any request under the FOIA or EIRs, the CAA shall take reasonable steps to consult and notify Arcadis of such a request (in accordance with the Secretary of State's section 45 Code of Practice on the Discharge of the Functions of Public Authorities under Part 1 of the FOIA) to the extent that it is permissible and reasonably practical for it to do so. Notwithstanding this, Arcadis acknowledges that the Authority shall be responsible for determining in its absolute discretion whether any Commercially Sensitive Information and/or any other information is exempt from disclosure in accordance with the FOIA and/or the EIRs, save that the CAA shall not disclose any information which can be reasonably construed as a 'trade secret' or shall redact such information to the extent that any trade secrets are reasonably protected.

  • CONTENTS

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 Report Themes ........................................................ 2

    1 INTRODUCTION 6 1.1 Background ................................................ 6

    1.2 Objectives ................................................... 7

    Operability 7

    Delivery 7

    Timing 7

    Cost Estimate 8

    Interest of Consumers 8

    1.3 Review Approach and Key Steps ............ 8

    2 OPERABILITY 10 2.1 Definition of Theme ................................. 10

    2.2 Assessment .............................................. 10

    Methodology 10

    Overview of Existing Infrastructure 11

    Background of Current Operations 11

    Review of Preferred Masterplan 12

    Review of ANPS and Regulatory Compliance 23

    2.3 Capacity Review ....................................... 23

    Airside 23

    Terminals and Satellites 25

    2.4 Summary ................................................... 29

    3 DELIVERY 30 3.1 Definition of Theme ................................. 30

    3.2 Assessment .............................................. 31

    Methodology 31

    Proposed Construction Phasing 31

    Procurement 32

    Pre-Construction 34

    Land and Property Acquisition 36

    Early Works 36

    Creating the Space 38

    Earthworks 41

    Main Works 43

    Risks 44

    3.3 Summary ................................................... 45

    4 TIMING 47 4.1 Definition of Theme ................................. 47

    4.2 Assessment .............................................. 48

    Pre-Construction 48

    Design 49

    Procurement 49

    Pre-DCO Works 49

    Roads 50

    Earthworks 50

    Runway Opening 51

    Schedule Risk 51

    4.3 Summary ................................................... 52

    5 COST ESTIMATE 53 5.1 Definition of Theme ................................. 53

    5.2 Assessment .............................................. 54

    Information Reviewed 54

    HAL Approach to Cost Estimate 55

    Step 0 Review 57

    5.3 Direct Costs .............................................. 57

    Introduction 57

    Direct Costs Step 0 Overview 58

    5.4 Indirect Costs ........................................... 59

    Project Specifics 59

    Preliminaries 60

    Overheads & Profit 61

  • Leadership & Logistics 61

    Design 62

    Risk 62

    5.5 Programme Specific Costs ..................... 63

    5.6 Summary ................................................... 64

    6 INTEREST OF CONSUMERS 66

    LAYOUTS 67 AIRPORT LAYOUT AT STEP 0 ............................ 67

    AIRPORT LAYOUT AT STEP 3 ............................ 68

    AIRPORT LAYOUT AT STEP 8 ............................ 69

    HEP Construction Phasing – H1 2020 ................ 70

    HEP Construction Phasing – H2 2020 ................ 71

    HEP Construction Phasing – H1 2021 ................ 72

    HEP Construction Phasing – H2 2021 ................ 73

    HEP Construction Phasing – H1 2022 ................ 74

    HEP Construction Phasing – H2 2022 ................ 75

    HEP Construction Phasing – H1 2023 ................ 76

    HEP Construction Phasing – H2 2023 ................ 77

    HEP Construction Phasing – H1 2024 ................ 78

    HEP Construction Phasing – H2 2024 ................ 79

    HEP Construction Phasing – H1 2025 ................ 80

    HEP Construction Phasing – H2 2025 ................ 81

    HEP Construction Phasing – H1 2026 ................ 82

    HEP Construction Phasing – H2 2026 ................ 83

    ALLIANCES 84 Oneworld ............................................................... 84

    SkyTeam Alliance ................................................. 84

    Star Alliance .......................................................... 84

    DOCUMENT REGISTER 97

    REFERENCES 99

    TECHNICAL GLOSSARY

    100

  • GLOSSARY

    Abbreviation Description

    ADRM Airport Development Reference Manual

    ANPR Automatic Number Plate Recognition

    ANPS Airports National Policy Statement

    ATET Around the End Taxiways

    ATMs Air Transport Movements

    ASD Airport Supporting Development (essential for safe and efficient operation of the airport)

    ATP Automated Ticket Presentation

    BA British Airways

    BAA British Airports Authority

    CAA Civil Aviation Authority

    CAPEX Capital Expenditure

    CBS Cost Breakdown Structure

    CRA Cost Risk Analysis

    CDG Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

    DCO Development Consent Order

    DDS Design Day Schedules

    DfT Department for Transport (UK)

    EASA European Aviation Safety Agency

    EEA European Economic Area

    EfW Energy from Waste

    GSE Ground Service Equipment

    HAL Heathrow Airport Limited

    HEP Heathrow Expansion Programme

    HSPG Heathrow Strategic Planning Group

    IATA ADRM 10

    IATA Airport Development Reference Manual 10th Edition

    ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization

    IDT Integrated Design Team

    Abbreviation Description

    IFS Independent Fund Surveyor

    JFK John F. Kennedy International Airport

    LoS Level of Service

    mppa million passengers per annum

    NA Not Available

    NATS National Air Traffic Service

    NWR North West Runway (The 3rd runway as part of the Preferred Masterplan option)

    OLS Obstacle Limitation Surfaces

    Oneworld Refer Appendix B

    OPEX Operating Expenditure

    PHP Peak Hour Passengers

    pph Passengers per hour per lane

    PT Public Transport

    RAG Red; Amber; Green

    RICS Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

    RWY Runway

    SkyTeam Alliance Refer Appendix B

    Star Alliance Refer Appendix B

    TAAM Total Airspace and Airport Modeler

    TfL Transport for London

    TN Technical Note

    Totex Total Expenditure

    Tph Trains Per Hour

    TWY Taxiway

    T5N Terminal 5 North

    UK United Kingdom

  • LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES Figure 1 Areas Where the Code F Vertical Stabiliser Infringes the Take-off Climb .............................................. 15

    Figure 2 Taxiway Kilo and Asocciated Stands ...................................................................................................... 15

    Figure