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        5 March, 2020

        Public drop in sessions about WSP’s Ramsgate Port and Harbour report

        Two drop-in sessions are being held for members of the public to learn more about WSP’s High Level Feasibility Study for Ramsgate Port and Harbour.

        The sessions will take place at Ramsgate Port’s Terminal Building, Military Road, CT11 9FT on:

        • Monday 30 March 2020 – 5:30pm to 8pm
        •  Monday 20 April 2020 – 5:30pm to 8pm

        The drop-ins will give people the opportunity to ask questions and share ideas and comments in person about the options featured in the report. There will be information displays and senior representatives of the council will be on hand to answer questions.

        In addition to the drop-in sessions, people can also read and comment on the report at

        WSP’s report covers four specific areas (commercial, residential, leisure and mixed use) but people are welcome to share other suggestions. You can read more about this from the council’s Leader, Cllr Rick Everitt, in his recent opinion piece

        The comment form will stay open until Friday 29 May 2020. We will then take a period of one month to analyse all comments received in order to shape next steps. 

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