Tidal Lagoon Power launches fund-raising bid to tackle project's planning 'cliff edge'

James Murray
Tidal Lagoon Power launches fund-raising bid to tackle project's planning 'cliff edge'

Company says 11th hour fund-raising round could allow it to secure planning permission 'in perpetuity', as immediate prospects for the controversial project rest on election result

Tidal Power Lagoon, the company behind the ambitious plans to develop the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon, have today launched a £1.2m fundraising push to try and avert a "cliff edge" planning permission deadline...

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