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  • Government to review driving laws in preparation for self-driving vehiclesThe Government has commissioned a detailed review of driving laws to ensure the UK remains one of the best places in the world to develop, test and drive self-driving vehicles. Roads Minister Jesse Norman has announced the start of a 3-year review by the Law Commission of England and Wales and the Scottish Law Commission to examine any legal obstacles to the widespread introduction of self-driving vehicles and highlight the need for regulatory reforms. The work will be crucial in examining how current driving laws – designed with traditional motoring in mind – can support the next ...
  • South Kensington Tube station to be transformed to provide step-free accessTransport for London (TfL) has confirmed plans to transform South Kensington Tube station, which will see the station upgraded and the surrounding land sensitively developed, reflecting its status as an iconic gateway to one of London’s most beloved cultural areas. TfL has selected Native Land as its preferred joint venture partner to develop the land owned by TfL around the station. The development will be respectful to the character of the local area and will provide step-free access to the District and Circle line platforms via a new entrance on Thurloe Street. The scheme will also im...
  • PD Ports signs five-year deal with All Steels TradingOne of the UK’s largest steel traders has just signed a new five year deal with PD Ports at Groveport, the inland port complex on the River Trent that has direct sea access along the Humber Estuary.   Steel trader, All Steels Trading imports steel from all over the world and sells to both stockholders and end users with the ability to deliver steel products in the UK and Europe within 48 hours from the time of order; with Groveport an integral part of that supply chain.   Groveport is an important part of the PD Ports’ operations in the UK and with steel products being ha...

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