ICCAN, the Independent Commission on Civil Aviation Noise is a non-statutory advisory body, whose local consultation meeting members of SLAE attended last April.
At this meeting we were also joined by members of LADACAN (Luton and District Association for the Control of Aircraft Noise), Stop Low Flights from Luton, St Albans Quieter Skies (STAQS), HarpendenSky.com, St Albans Aircraft Noise Defence (STAND), Breachwood Green Aircraft Noise Group, and several Councillors from Herts CC and St Albans District Council.
And all those present at the meeting expressed their concerned about the aircraft noise and expansion plans from London Luton Airport.
As a non-statutory advisory body ICCAN’s duty is to provide independent, impartial advice to government, regulators and the UK aviation industry, on how to manage aviation noise effects on the local community.
With London Luton Airport still having a planned Planning Application to rewrite the binding noise condition from 2012, increasing the noise contour, we must keep abreast of all ICCAN’s work ready for when that application is made.
Here is a selection of links to their latest reports.
For more information their main website is