@simrin-- Without human intervention, humanity probably will not set foot on Doggerland again. But the Brits could bring Doggerland up by throwing a lot of concrete and sand on it. Whether they would want to do that or not is a different question.
I find the history of Doggerland interesting too. I read an article on it recently in a magazine. The author of the article is doing some research on this subject and she said that even though Doggerland was slowly going under water over a long period of time, the final incident was actually a tsunami that caused the remaining parts to be flooded.
People might have still been living on this land when the tsunami took place. So it's not just about a lost land, but there is history of a pretty big and impactful disaster there too.
I'm curious as to what else scientists will discover about this. I would like to know more about who exactly lived on Doggerland and what happened to them after the tsunami.