Lower Thames Crossing update

In a previous article on the Lower Thames Crossing planning application by Highways England, we highlighted that the application was rejected by the Planning Inspectorate as they had a number of serious concerns on a range of matters. Your Residents’ Association Councillors from Upminster and Cranham recently

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January Bulletin – Correction to Lower Thames Crossing article

Upminster and Cranham Residents' Association

On page 3 of January 2021’s edition of The Bulletin, in the ‘Lower Thames Crossing – application withdrawn’ article, we inadvertently gave the incorrect e-mail address for contacting Havering Council about the Lower Thames Crossing. The correct e-mail address is ltcadmin@havering.gov.uk  . Our apologies for any inconvenience

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Lower Thames Crossing Development Consent Order application withdrawn

With reference to our previous post concerning the Development Consent Order process for the proposed Lower Thames Crossing, Highways England have announced today that they have withdrawn their recent application. The full text of their announcement reads as follows – A Highways England spokesperson said: “We’ve withdrawn

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Lower Thames Crossing Petition

Havering Council have started an online petition to call for Havering residents to be given a discount on any toll at the proposed Lower Thames Crossing. Highways England previously included this in their proposals but have now changed their mind. The late Cllr Clarence Barrett campaigned for

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