Highways England have announced the Deposit and Information Locations for the Lower Thames Crossing Community Impacts Consultation which will run for 8 weeks from 00:01 on Weds 14th July through to 23:59 on Weds 8th September 2021.
Please note that whilst it is being publicised as an 8 week consultation the reality for those not online is that they will actually get at least 1 week less than those who have online access. This is because Highways England are only making printed consultation materials available from Weds 21st July at the earliest.
Consultation materials will be available to collect, and additional technical documents and maps will be available to review, at deposit locations from Weds 21st July 2021.
South of the river deposit locations
Dartford Central Library and Museum, Dartford DA1 1EU
Gravesend Library, Gravesend DA12 lBE
Maidstone Library, Maidstone ME 1LQ
Rochester Library, Rochester ME1 1EW
North of the river deposit locations
Brentwood Library, Brentwood CM14 4BP
Grays Library, Grays RM17 5DX
Romford Central Library, Romford, RM1 3AR
Tilbury Hub, Tilbury RM18 8AD
Consultation materials will be available to collect from information points from Weds 21st July 2021.
South of the river information points
Marling Cross Library, Gravesend DA12 5TY
Meopham Library, Meopham DA13 0AH
Riverview Park Library, Gravesend DA12 4NG
Shorne Woods Visitor Centre, Shorne DA12 3HX
North of the river information points
Belhus Library, South Ockendon RM15 5DX
Blackshots Library, Grays RM16 2JU
Chadwell Library, Chadwell St Mary RM16 4JP
East Tilbury Library, East Tilbury RM18 8ST
East Tilbury Post Office, East Tilbury RM18 8YP
Thurrock Council Civic Offices, Grays RM17 6SL
Have your say
If you have an opinion about Highways England not giving those who don’t have online access the same amount of time, to review consultation materials and respond, as those who can get online then share your comments in your consultation response.
If you have comments to make about the deposit and information locations, and/or availability of printed consultation materials for any other reason then please included them in your consultation response.
How to take part and have your say
We will share details of how you can take part and have your say, as soon as we can after Highways England release that info on the 14th July. We will also be publishing lots of updates to the website, and index for which can be found here.