The ongoing project to transform Ardrossan Harbour has reached an important stage.
Hunterston Port and Resource Campus (PARC) has been granted national development status under the Scottish Government’s National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4), creating opportunities for a slew of new renewable energy developments to come onstream. The designation recognises Hunterston as a stra
A multi-million-pound deal has been agreed to build a new road salt storage facility to support Scotland’s road network for future winters.
A consultation report into wide-ranging plans to upgrade the landside facilities at Ardrossan Harbour has now been published. North Ayrshire Council is working with project partners - Transport Scotland, CMAL, Peel Ports Group, CalMac and the Arran Ferry Committee - to complete a comprehensive upgra
A consultation on proposals to develop the landside facilities at Ardrossan Harbour is to be held in Brodick on April 13.
Hunterston PARC signs agreement with Mainstream Renewable Power for offshore wind farm infrastructure
Hunterston Port and Resource Campus (Hunterston PARC) has signed an option agreement with global wind and solar company Mainstream Renewable Power for the onshore infrastructure to support its proposed offshore wind farm project.
North Ayrshire Council, Peel Ports and Scottish Enterprise formalised their commitment to ambitious regeneration plans that will drive forward the short, medium and long-term plans for a key part of the Hunterston PARC site.
Peel Ports Clydeport has signed an XLCC for a 70-acre facility to be created at its Hunterston Port and Resource Campus (Hunterston PARC) including two factories producing state-of-the-art high voltage direct current (HVDC) cable for use in the subsea transmission of renewable energy. The
Construction of a new Greenock cruise ship visitor centre is underway as part of a £19.2 million development which will welcome passengers and crew from some of the world’s largest vessels to Inverclyde. The project, led by Inverclyde Council, is part of the £1 billion Glasgow City
A steady pipeline of activity lined up at Inchgreen Dry Dock for the months following completion of the Ocean Terminal cruise ship pontoon. (from left) Cathal Doherty, director UK at Roadbridge; Stuart MacMillan MSP; Ronnie Cowan MP and Douglas Coleman, project director at Peel Ports
The development of a £19 million cruise berthing and visitor centre at Greenock Ocean Terminal has been awarded funding from the Glasgow City Region City Deal.
A masterplan for the Hunterston industrial complex in North Ayrshire has been unveiled as a consultation is launched on the site’s future.
Nicola Sturgeon Greenock’s quayside is set for an expansion and a new visitor’s facility following the announcement of the first investment of the £1.13 billion city and region deal for Glasgow and Clyde Valley.