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This Policy Position Statement sets out the Department's position in terms of the importance of the waste sector and workers within it during the ongoing conronavirus outbreak.
: Installation of floating pontoon units at Abercorn Basin within Belfast Harbour for pleasure craft use. The extent of marine construction works will be limited to the driving of mooring piles to secure pontoon walkways. The proposed pontoon walkw
The work consists of the construction of replacement steps, approx. 100m south of the Glen River on the Central Promenade, Newcastle, Co. Down. The repairs are required since erosion has undermined the steps.
The scheme in its entirety will run along an 8km stretch from Belfast Harbour to Stranmillis Weir. The majority will be located the rear of existing footpaths along the river front outside of the harbour area.
Maintenance dredging of Warrenpoint Harbour area and its approaches to reinstate safe navigational and berthing depths in the period 2020 - 2022
Maintenance dredging of Belfast Harbour.
Construction of headwall to accommodate 525mm diameter outfall pipe required at Belfast Harbour, adjacent to West Bank Road. The works are to serve the proposed formal storm drainage system, as part of the design of a new vehicle parking area
Translink NI Railways Culvert Strengthening Program proposed works include:
The open cut replacement of three existing culverts that convey water through the Translink Railway embankment on the Larne to Bleach Green Line.
Remedial works include:
Signage and Bollards.
Cleaning of stone, re-setting, re-pointing and re-mortaring of revetment stone, steps and capping blocks.
2020 Environmental Farming Scheme SAF 3
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Marine licence ML 36_18 Larne Maintenance on railway line
Works are required to repair the damaged concrete areas to improve safety and to prolong the life of the slipway structure.
Marine Licence ML 11_19 Murlough Bay Construction of temporary filming set
Reinforcement of approx. 200m of coastal path which is failing due to excessive loading from the landward embankment which is subject to landslips. Approx.
Dredging within the impounded River Lagan to dredge approximately 55,235 m3 (77,329 tonnes) of material. This includes removal of all material built up above -1.2m AOD with 2m wide side slopes (1:5 slope).
Disposal of approx. 55,235m3 of material (77,329 tonnes) from the impounded River Lagan. Material to be disposed at Belfast Dredging’s Site C. This includes This includes all material built up above -1.2m AOD with 2m wide side slopes (1:5 slope).