Future Investment Projects at Port Solent
There is never a dull moment at Port Solent. With the final phase of the marina boatyard segregation project coming up and new bollards being installed at Bridgehead 2 Car Park.
At Port Solent the boatyard segregation project to provide a safe and more controlled working area for all is in its final stages with the installation of new fencing around the eastern boat park. This is in addition to the fencing placed around the western boat park last year.
Approximately £20,000 has been invested in the Eastern Boat Park project which will help improve safety via the installation of fencing and barriers which highlight the designated areas for vessel storage from the car parks. External contractors, Long and Dibden will begin works at the end of January 2021 which are estimated to take two weeks.
Mark Phillp CMM, Marina Manager said, “I am looking forward to the fencing being erected. This is the final phase of our boatyard segregation plans at Port Solent and will enhance security measures for berth holders’ boats and keep our marina and boatyard looking smart and secure.”
In the new year the Port Solent team also plan to install new bollards at Bridgehead 2 Car Park as part of Premier’s continued investment into the safety and security of Port Solent Marina. Bollards will be placed along the perimeter of the car park that backs on to the water.