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Combination 4: Extend St Peter Port Harbour eastwards and construct a new bulk fuel import facility

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This combination would involve a major development of new port facilities east of the QEII Marina, plus the relocation of all current operations away from St Sampson's Harbour.

Future Harbour Development - Combination 3

All current freight and passenger operations at St Peter Port would move to this new harbour, along with the bulk freight imports currently handled through St Sampsons. It will include a new passenger terminal.

A new mooring buoy solution for bulk and liquid fuel imports is included (not shown), at a location south of Longue Hougue. 

St Sampson's Harbour would then become an extended marina for leisure craft, with significant areas of land around Northside and Southside freed up for other uses. This would provide regeneration opportunities around the Bridge that could revitalise this area.

In St Peter Port, the Cambridge Berth and most of the New Jetty areas would also be released, freeing up valuable space for potential development. A large area of 'the pool' within St Peter Port Harbour would be available for improving facilities for the marine sector. This would provide some capacity for the increasing trend toward larger private boats, and opportunities to expand the island's Blue Economy offering.

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.

Estimated costs

Total: £514 million

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