The Lower Thames Crossing timeline spans a considerable time frame so we thought it might be helpful if we break down the whole process for everyone, so that you can follow along with what has gone on, is happening, and we can expect moving forward.
Click on the Title or + symbol to expand to read more info on each section of the Lower Thames Crossing timeline.
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- Submission of the DCO application
- A decision by the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) as to whether to accept the application
- A pre-examination stage
- The examination stage
- A recommendation by PINS as to whether a DCO should be granted or not
- The Secretary of State for Transport (currently Grant Shapps MP) deciding and announcing whether the DCO has been granted or not.
Obviously as we have already seen these things are subject to change, and we will do our best to keep this Lower Thames Crossing timeline up to date and things progress.
Whilst NH do not have permission for LTC, they have begun and are progressing through a process for contracts and tenders for various aspects of LTC related works – click here to read more.