The owners of Gatwick Airport today revealed their preferred location for a second runway as part of a £9 billion expansion plan.
It could be the answer to the airport capacity crisis and it would create up to 19,000 jobs at Gatwick. But at what cost to the environment?
Charlotte Wilkins has the story and speaks to Ifield resident John Byng, Peter Barclay of the Gatwick Area Conservation Campaign and Nick Dunn, Chief Financial Officer.
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