Work begins at UK south coast freeport


Work has started at Millbay Docks in the Port of Plymouth, UK, as part of the government’s freeport seed capital programme

The development will help secure the long-term future of the ferry terminal, enhance freight and cruise capacity and help the port reach its environmental targets.

The Plymouth and South Devon Freeport is one of the first of eight to be awarded freeport status by the UK government. It aims to generate £250 million in private sector investment and has been awarded a government seed capital grant of £25m for essential infrastructure.

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