How we did it: Gaining consent for port expansion

A port expansion in Essex has secured approval after green belt, heritage and ecological concerns were resolved, says Colin Marrs.

by Colin Marrs
L-R: Matthew Fox, associate, Pinsent Masons; Robbie Owen, partner and head of infrastructure planning and government affairs, Pinsent Masons; Martin Friend, director, Vincent and Gorbing; John Speakman, senior asset manager, property, Port of Tilbury
L-R: Matthew Fox, associate, Pinsent Masons; Robbie Owen, partner and head of infrastructure planning and government affairs, Pinsent Masons; Martin Friend, director, Vincent and Gorbing; John Speakman, senior asset manager, property, Port of Tilbury

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