Exciting Updates on Swanwick’s Regeneration
This month work started on bringing improved services into Swanwick Marina. The service improvements will include an upgrade to the marina’s power supply which will inject greater resilience into the system and enable the Swanwick team to offer more power options on the pontoons; drainage will also be improved and additional communications ducting installed.
Alongside the delivery of better site-wide services, these improvements will also allow Premier to prepare for the construction of the new Pavilion building which will house boat sales and marine businesses and a new food and beverage building that overlooks the water. The regeneration of the eastern section of the marina will also include a new bridgehead entrance building which will act as a satellite reception and will include a bin store; new car parking and trolley storage areas will also be created.
Graham Bristowe, General Manager commented: “We are thrilled to see the next stage of the Swanwick Marina regeneration moving forwards. Having completed the new floating marina last year, this continued investment in the landside of our marina is exciting for us and for those tenants who are keen to transfer to the new Pavilion and who are currently occupying temporary and end of life buildings here at the marina.”
The service works are estimated to go on for around 14 weeks although the work will not be continuous over the period and with traffic management in place berth holders should see limited disruption.