UK Approves Proposed Container Terminal – Hull

Thursday, December 22, 2005
The UK Department for Transport issued a News Release stating that Transport Minister Derek Twigg has approved the proposal for a container terminal at Hull. The proponent, Associated British Ports, has agreed an undertaking comprising a noise mitigation plan and other measures with Hull City Council. Source: HK Law

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