Liverpool City Council is seeking outline planning permission for a new cruise terminal located at the former Princes Jetty, close to the ‘Three Graces’ at Pier Head.
The project involved the demolition and site clearance of approx. 4,000m2 of steel framed warehouse structures and two-storey timber and masonry office/terminal buildings at Carlisle Pier, Dun Laoghaire Harbour.
Berth 4, Dun Laoghaire Harbour project is the refurbishment of an existing disused ro-ro ferry berth (Berth 4) at St. Michael’s Pier in Dun Laoghaire Harbour. The disused Berth 4 was to be upgraded to accommodate the Stena Lynx III ferry.
One of Ireland’s premier coastal marinas, Malahide Marina offers 350 berths for local and visiting yachts and motor cruisers.
Planning consent has been sought for a new cruise berth to cater for the latest generation cruise ships at Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Dublin.
Waterman was appointed to advise on all the capital dredging works associated with the construction of a completely new deepwater berth capable of accepting 128,000 DWT ships up to 270m long.
Waterman was commissioned as lead consultant for the design of a new Berth to accommodate Cape Size Oil Tankers and bulk carriers up to 128,000 DWT.
Carmarthenshire County Council and the Welsh Government are working as Joint Venture partners to promote the long term regeneration of the whole of the Bury Port and Llanelli Coastline.
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