We advised a local community group opposed to Cromarty Firth Port expansion.
On a pro bono basis, we provided advice as to the requirements of environmental impact assessments in respect of the meaning of ‘project’ including whether the division of the proposed expansion works into three aligned phases constitutes a breach of European Law. We advised as to availability of public funding and an appropriate ‘structure’ for an ‘opposition’ group.
On behalf of the local community group legal and policy objections have been lodged with the local planning authority. Consideration is being given to launching a legal challenge.
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