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The closure of the Docks would have a devastating impact on Medway leading to:
The loss of 1,440 jobs both at the docks and through local supply chains
The loss of £150 million of annual investment into the Medway economy. Chatham Docks is the largest single sector source of revenue in Chatham.
Devastating environmental impacts that would lead to a massive increase in CO2 emissions of 12,610t/CO2 per year, the equivalent of 200,000 trees each year.
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The Prime Minister has urged the council to do more to try and save hundreds of jobs at risk at historic docks.
Rishi Sunak intervened after a question from Rochester and Strood MP Kelly Tolhurst about a redevelopment project at Chatham Docks.
She told the PM that hundreds of jobs were at risk because the owners were “continuing in their pursuit to displace successful businesses.”
The Conservative MP also took aim at Medway Council’s Labour administration, saying it was failing to honour its commitment before the local election last year to protect the jobs.
Controversial plans to regenerate a working dockside industrial estate into a business and enterprise campus have been submitted – but opponents say they're "not going away".
Peel Waters, part of the Peel Group, have outlined a blueprint to transform Chatham Docks on the Medway waterfront.