Noss on Dart’s projects are gathering momentum with the first commercial units being fitted out internally ready for handover to their respective tenants in the next few weeks. The new building benefits from the installation of solar panels which will generate a significant amount of electricity.
The new building benefits from the installation of solar panels which will generate a significant amount of electricity.
Due to the high demand for new commercial property, we’ve decided to commence construction of a second building which has already attracted a range of new marine-related tenants keen to locate themselves at Noss on Dart.
Ground piles for the new building are currently being installed and the new decked multi-storey car park is also taking shape, with all floors installed and surfacing underway. The car park will accommodate up to 195 vehicles and also be fitted with the latest EV charging stations from Pod Point to support electric cars.
Separately contractors are now installing ground piles to support the new dry stack boat storage framework. This is designed to hold 120 boats up to 8m in length and will be launched and recovered using a purpose built forklift due to arrive from the US in the next couple of months.
Andy Osman CMM, General Manager, Noss on Dart Marina added: “It is an exceptionally busy time coordinating many projects, including the final works to the floating marina. We are working on the construction of our new self-service fuel berth positioned off the extension of L pontoon. We will also be replacing the temporary D pontoon hammer head, and relocating the temporary marina bridge head to its final position adjacent to the new marina control building site.”
Port Solent planned lock closure
In preparation of the busy boating season, the lock at Port Solent Marina will be closed as part of our 3-yearly lock maintenance programme.
Premier acquires Trafalgar Wharf
Premier Marinas has completed the purchase of the Trafalgar Wharf site in Portsmouth Harbour.