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8418752098?profile=RESIZE_400xA COUNCIL will buy land to house a new border control point to carry out customs checks following Brexit - but concerns about funding remain.

Portsmouth City Council has approved the acquisition of land next to Portsmouth International Port and Mile End Road, which will ensure required border checks can be carried out as required by government from July.

Details of the site, including cost, remain under wraps due to commercial sensitivity, however, it is known that it will occupy an area off Kettering Terrace near the bottom of the M275.


Portsmouth Evening News


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