Flemish Government takes final preference decision for a new sea lock in Zeebrugge
The Flemish Government has taken a final preference decision for a new sea lock in Zeebrugge, the company said in its release. The initial draft preference decision was steered on the basis of the statements of objection submitted during the public inquiry. The Flemish Government confirms that the new sea lock will be built on the location of the old Visart lock, but states that the necessary accompanying measures will be taken.
"We are ready to invest 1 billion euros, a considerable investment which will pave the way for more jobs and growth in the port of Zeebrugge, but also for a better local mobility. We take the concerns of the local residents seriously", states the Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works, Ben Weyts.