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Government to give go ahead to London Gateway port

The huge new London Gateway port has taken a step closer to construction with confirmation from Government that it is still 'minded' to give the project the go ahead.
There had been fears that the £1.5bn port and business park would be held up by a fresh review of ports policy announced in June.Full development of the site will however be dependent on agreement between port developer DP World and the Highways Agency on funding and scope of upgrading works to the M25 A13 junction close by the scheme at Thurrock in Essex.

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