South Bucks residents are being invited to help shape new plans for a third Heathrow runway.

The proposals will be shown to Gerrards Cross residents next Tuesday at Colston Hall as part of a public consultation, which is running until March 4.

Flight paths could go through the town in future.

The consultation gives residents the chance to have their say on airspace changes including local factors developers need to consider in different areas when designing future flight paths, factors they should consider in different areas when designing new flight paths for some arrivals on the existing two runways and how they will operate the three runways in the future including managing noise levels.

A sound lab demonstration will also be on offer at the Gerrards Cross event, with residents being able to experience various noise scenarios. Users can choose from different heights, aircraft type and background sounds.

The government won a vote on the controversial plans with 415 MPs backing the proposals in June last year.

The plans will be on show from 2-8pm. To have your say, visit