Works consist of the disposal of dredged material from Kilkeel Harbour at designated DAERA disposal site “Kilkeel”.
To deploy a submersible, gravity based, foundation platform for a tidal turbine which can quickly and easily deployed.
Dredging Works are required at Red Bay Pier. The works are required to re-establish sufficient water depth at low tide along the quay wall as the high levels of deposition have disrupted the boats ability to dock here.
Marine Licence ML 21_18 Red Bay Disposal of dredged material from Red Bay Harbour.
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Proposed works include the demolition of the current VT2 Linkspan to be replaced with a new tier 2 Linkspan with associated support structure and on-shore approach ramp.
Infrastructure repair is required along the Belfast-Bangor railway line at two points: Connswater Bridge and opposite the Holywood Exchange which involves the reinstating of rock armour.
Northern Ireland Railways requires essential infrastructural maintenance on the Belfast to Bangor line at a bridge adjacent to Holywood Exchange Retail Park. Works consist primarily of silt dredging, approx. 100 metric tonnes.
Generic concrete repairs are required to the slipway, access steps to low level quays and the lip of the quay at Portstewart Harbour. The works are required to improve the safety and increase the longevity of the existing structures.
Generic concrete repairs are required to the slipway and eastern quay structure at Dunseverick Harbour. The works are required to repair the damaged concrete areas to improve safety and to increase the longevity of the existing concrete structures.
Removal of sandbar from entrance to Newcastle Harbour (Approx. 7,000 tonnes per annum) to an area approx. 200m north of the harbour where the sand is to levelled to allow to be replenished back into the system.
Construction of new facilities at D3 dock in Belfast Harbour for project cargo, break bulk, and dry bulk during the cruise ship off season.
Proposal for a 100MW tidal array covering an approx. area of 4.2km² to be built 1km off shore at Fair Head. This project will potentially provide clean, renewable, power to the North Coast.
The Islandmagee Gas Storage Project; comprises the construction by solution mining of seven underground caverns in the Permian salt strata approximately 1,700m below Larne Lough, off Islandmagee, County Antrim.
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Creation of a berthing pocket adjacent to D3 within Belfast Harbour by dredging 365,000m3 of material
Sea disposal of capital dredge material removed from a berthing pocket being created at D3, with a potential exclusion of material pending contamination testing. Contaminated material may be stored within the Musgrave bunded site.
The proposed works are to include demolition of approximately 59m of existing mass concrete coastal retaining wall and a section of existing footpath which is redundant following construction of a new footpath constructed up to 10m landward of the existing path.
Four boreholes will be drilled into the bed of the Newry River to around a 55-65cm depth. This is to provide information on rock strata and deposits in the river with a view to informing bridge support design.
Installation of a new 45m long by 11.8m wide permanent slipway with secure access from land and water, including vehicular turning to allow for tractor and trailer access to water and mini-bus turning.
Essential infrastructural maintenance on the Belfast to Derry Line at River Faughan. Extension of existing scour prevention measures.