Construction to start on giant £300m Teesside monopile factory

Yearbyred

Well-known member
It literally says in the article that no dredging has taken place yet.
I said that some dredging has taken place, which it has. I never said they had dredged for the Freeport yet.

“In March, Mr Houchen told a Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA) cabinet meeting that dredging had taken place in the mouth of the Tees further out to sea on behalf of the statutory harbour authority – PD Ports. At the time, a PD Ports spokesperson said they continued to fully support the MMO, the Environment Agency, Defra and other official bodies to provide information for their ongoing enquiries which had “ruled out dredging” as a possible cause for crustacean deaths.”

My comment was that the dredging for the free port would exacerbate the problems already occurring.
 

thewanderer

Active member
I said that some dredging has taken place, which it has. I never said they had dredged for the Freeport yet.

“In March, Mr Houchen told a Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA) cabinet meeting that dredging had taken place in the mouth of the Tees further out to sea on behalf of the statutory harbour authority – PD Ports. At the time, a PD Ports spokesperson said they continued to fully support the MMO, the Environment Agency, Defra and other official bodies to provide information for their ongoing enquiries which had “ruled out dredging” as a possible cause for crustacean deaths.”

My comment was that the dredging for the free port would exacerbate the problems already occurring.
The Tees is dredged on an almost constant basis by PD Ports.
 
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