Reinstated ferry crossing development would fail to protect local biodiversity

Permission for the creation of 40 parking spaces with a perimeter fence and low level lighting to serve a reinstated Essex ferry crossing has been refused as it would fail to protect local biodiversity due to a substantial lack of information in terms of protected species on, or near to, the site which might be affected by the proposal.

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