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Highways England (HE) will be carrying out community consultation to obtain feedback on our plans for M20 junction 10a. The consultation will run for nine weeks, from Thursday 14 January until Thursday 17 March 2016.
You can find out the full details of our consultation by looking at the Statement of Community Consultation (SOCC) (please see Publications below)
You can give your views by:
- completing our online survey, which will be live from 14 January 2015 until Thursday 17 March 2016
- attending a public consultation exhibition and complete a questionnaire
Proposals for a major new lorry area that would help improve Kent’s resilience when services across the English Channel are disrupted have been announced today.
Two potential sites near the M20 have been identified for the lorry area, along with four broad ways it could be used. Each option would help to prevent the need for the M20 to be closed when there is disruption to cross-channel services.
The consultation asks for views on the suitability of each proposed sites, and on how it should be operated.
- banking (current accounts)
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