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IN BRIEF – MMO Announces further consultation for controversial Goodwin Sands dredge project

A spokesperson for the Marine Management Organisation has confirmed to thePipeLine that the controversial application by the Port of Dover to dredge 2.5 million cubic metres of sand and gravel from the south west Goodwin Sands is to go out to a further forty two day public consultation.
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