Another public meeting has been arranged on flight path changes which critics say will create a “noise ghetto”.

Under the current proposal, most planes travelling to and from London City Airport would be installed with new navigation technology, enabling flights to use a narrower flight corridor over Leyton, Leytonstone and Wanstead.

A public meeting was held at Wanstead Library on November 3 and now another one has been arranged in Leytonstone, featuring representatives from Heathrow Association for the Control of Aircraft Noise (HACAN East) and London City Airport.

Cllr Sheila Bain and Cllr Paul Merry will put forward a motion to Redbridge council next week calling for it to write to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) asking for the current consultation to be scrapped.

London City Airport has said throughout that it is following CAA consultation guidelines “to the letter”.

The meeting will take place at 7pm on November 24 at St Andrew Church Community Hall, in Colworth Road, Leytonstone.