With plans for a new Lorry Park, stretching over 27-acres to be situated in Ashford; the plan is to have the site act as a pit-stop between Brexit Customs Clearance Facilities and other services located near Dover. However many members of the Public have voiced strong objections to the plan.
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With a little under six months left before the Brexit Transition period expires, HMRC appears to be facing a crunch to get the proposed Goods Vehicle Movement System (GVMS) in place in time. The system is intended to allow companies and hauliers to declare goods ahead of reaching the border, allowing for a smoother flow of traffic at ports such as Dover.
Seeing as France already has a system built and tested, Tim Reardon, head of the EU Exit at the Port of Dover says “…it’s not impossible.” However he also says that HMRC could simply buy a license for the French system to expedite the process.
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