Goodwin Sands dredging cleared after EIA found 'adequate'

A claim that the environmental impact assessment for dredging two million cubic metres of sand in a marine conservation zone in the English Channel was inadequate has been defeated. Gareth Simkins reports

by Gareth Simkins
The judge rejected objections to dredging permit on grounds of harming species and topography. Photo: Bill McKee/Flickr
The judge rejected objections to dredging permit on grounds of harming species and topography. Photo: Bill McKee/Flickr

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