Scheme earmarked for White Cliffs border complex

Mace has been picked to manage costs on a project to upgrade the Dover border control post.

The firm’s consultancy business has been appointed QS on the sanitary and phytosanitary controls centre at the post.


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The scheme is part of the wider Dover port complex

It will be part of the White Cliffs inland border facility the government is developing.

White Cliffs border control post will support the Port of Dover to carry out inspections on plants, live animals and products from plant and animal origin.

Galliford Try has been appointed main contractor on the £28m scheme.