UK freeports could have a ‘catalytic impact’ – but now the hard work begins

A tranche of newly awarded freeports presents an opportunity to regenerate both the UK’s logistics sector and some of its poorest regions – but the “hard work” is only just beginning.
Speaking on Multimodal’s Freeports panel, Vivid Economics cities and infrastructure head James Patterson-Waterston said the scale of the bids suggested freeports “could become a transformational vehicle”, but success was dependent on getting the “hard part done”.
“Strategic growth, regeneration and innovation …

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