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Combination 2: Reconfigure St Peter Port Harbour

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This combination focuses primarily on changes at St Peter Port, within the current harbour and adjoining land.

A computer generated fly through, showing the key features of Combination 2, can be viewed here.

Future Harbour Development – Combination 2

Port operations around the North Beach and White Rock areas would be rearranged to reduce conflict on land between commercial and domestic traffic, pedestrians and vehicles.

A new passenger terminal would be constructed on the North Beach, along with a multi-storey car park with below ground levels, to replace any spaces lost from the current car park. This could potentially relocate some parking away from other parts of Town.

As with the other combinations, the current maintenance requirements for the existing infrastructure will be addressed.

The cruise liner tender berth at St Peter Port Harbour could also be extended, to improve the visitor experience, with shorter queue times and better arrangements for embarkation and disembarkation.

Additional facilities for marine leisure could be created within St Peter Port inner harbour and/or Havelet Bay. This would provide some capacity for the increasing trend toward larger private boats.

It is assumed the current arrangements for fuel imports at St Sampson's Harbour would continue. 

Estimated costs

Total: £115 million

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