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        17 March, 2020

        Port of Ramsgate drop-in sessions cancelled

        In light of the latest government advice regarding coronavirus, we have taken the decision to cancel the two planned public drop-in sessions about WSP’s High Level Port of Ramsgate & Harbour Feasibility Study.

        These were scheduled to take place at the Terminal Building on Monday 30 March and Monday 20 April 2020 between 5:30pm and 8pm.

        In the meantime, you can read WSP’s report at  thanet.gov.uk/feasibility-study and we would encourage you to leave your comments.

        Leader of Thanet District Council, Cllr Rick Everitt said:

        “The project team and I have been closely monitoring the rapidly changing situation regarding COVID-19 and have today made the decision to cancel the two public drop-in sessions. We believe this is the most responsible course of action.

        “We are grateful for the wide range of informed views expressed about the report so far and would encourage as many people as possible to complete the online form at thanet.gov.uk/feasibility-study

        The comment form will stay open until Friday 29 May 2020.

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