A group of Teddington and Twickenham people, concerned their homes do not feature in an interim report regarding flight noise, have launched an anti-Heathrow expansion website to give themselves a voice.

More than 7,000 people in the borough signed an online petition earlier in the year calling for an early halt to airspace trials, which the airport ended in November, but many flightpaths will still need to be altered by 2020 to accommodate increases in air travel.

The Airports Commission will announce its final recommendation for either the expansion of Gatwick or Heathrow this summer, but the deadline for feedback from residents is February 3.

Natasha Fletcher, founder of Teddington Action Group, said: "I think people need to be aware of these things and to know changes are definitely afoot. Everyone who might be affected needs to have a voice with regards to these changes, which will certainly affect Teddington and the surrounding areas."

European Commission data showed 28.5 per cent of the population affected by plane noise in Europe live near Heathrow - more than seven times the next highest in Europe.

Visit the website at teddingtonactiongroup.com.