UK: Now St Albans freight terminal land sale is challenged
The seemingly never ending story of the proposed rail freight terminal near St Albans has taken another twist. The sale of designated “Green Belt” land – an area with some protection from development – has been referred for further scrutiny. The intention of developers is to construct a rail supported logistics park, largely on the former airfield near Radlett, St Albans. The decision to sell the land, which has already been approved for the rail freight terminal, will be discussed by the local authority, Hertfordshire County Council, this week. The council had agreed to sell the land to rail freight developers SEGRO, but the sale has not yet taken place.
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