Agreement aims to cut red tape for coastal developments

An agreement intended to cut red tape for port developers and marina companies by providing a framework within which the separate processes for the consenting of coastal developments in England can be better coordinated has been launched by ministers.

by Jamie Carpenter
Ports: agreement aims to cut red tape for coastal developments (picture: Associated British Ports)
Ports: agreement aims to cut red tape for coastal developments (picture: Associated British Ports)

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