More LTC consultation days announced

National Highways has announced it’ll be holding four drop-in community events over the next few weeks where people living near the proposed Lower Thames Crossing can find out the latest project updates and ask questions.

Planners will be providing information on proposed new or improved paths for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, as well as giving updates on how they are working with local schools and businesses to create opportunities for new jobs and skills.

In November National Highways announced an intention to amend plans near the river to support the Thames Freeport at Thurrock Council’s request. It is now drawing up plans for a consultation on this and a number of other local refinements, which follow on from a Community Impacts Consultation last summer.

National Highways says it is in the process of engaging with all our host local authorities on the details of this consultation and will publish more details soon.

The sessions are at:

Wednesday 16 February 2022
4pm to 8pm
New Windmill Hall, St Mary’s Lane, Upminster, RM14 2QH

Thursday 17 February 2022
4pm to 8pm
East Tilbury Village Hall, Gloucester Avenue, East Tilbury, RM18 8RB

Monday 28 February 2022
4pm to 8pm
Orsett Village Hall, Mill Lane, High Rd, Orsett, RM16 3HB

Thursday, 3 March 2022
4pm to 8pm
Kent Room, Gravesham Borough Council Civic Centre, Windmill Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 1AU

(Picture – National Highways)


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