Challenge remains likely as Thames crossing application resubmitted

National Highways has this week submitted its second application for a development consent order to build the Lower Thames Crossing between Essex and Kent. The company’s chief executive Nick Harris is confident the application addresses “myriad environmental and traffic concerns” but acknowledges that a future judicial review challenge is likely.

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