You may view current applications for Harbour Works consent online at the bottom of this page, or by coming in person to the Harbour Office by prior arrangement. Plans and documents may be subject to change. The website will display the latest versions. Plans may have been produced at a larger size so may not print exactly to scale.
Any one wishing to comment on an application regarding impacts on navigational safety and the environment may email email@example.com or write to River Hamble Harbour Office, Shore Road, Warsash, Hampshire SO31 9FR.
Proposals will usually also require permissions from other authorities (for example planning permission), and comments relating to other matters should be directed to the appropriate organisation.
Any written comments you wish to make must be received by the deadline given for each application. Failure to meet this deadline may result in an application being determined without your comments being considered. Your written comments will be made publically available, and will be subject to any Freedom of Information requests. Responses should not include any inappropriate or offensive material or you will be requested to modify your comments and re-submit them. Your personal telephone numbers, email addresses and signatures will not published, but your name and address will be. Anonymous comments will not be considered. Comments may be passed on to the applicant or their agent to ensure a full understanding of any issues raised, and in order that the Management Committee and Harbour Board receive comprehensive reports prior to their determination.
In the event that you would prefer to make your comments verbally there are opportunities to make a deputation to either the Management Committee or to the Harbour Board at their meeting. Applications to make a deputation must be received three clear working days before the meeting. Further information and application form.
Plans, drawings and material submitted to the River Hamble Harbour Authority are protected by the Copyright Acts (Section 47, 1988 Act). You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed for consultation purposes. You must not make further copies without the prior permission of the copyright owner.
RHHA is unable to supply hard copies of plans and drawings, but you may view these at our office by prior arrangement. If hard copies are required we can request them from the applicant on your behalf, but you are likely to be charged for these.
Please note the recent application for a pontoon extension at Riverside Boatyard has now been withdrawn.
There are currently no applications for Harbour Works Consent.
The following applications for Full Harbour Works consent have been approved by the Harbour Board, and applications for maintenance dredges have been approved by the Harbour Master. Expected construction dates are stated where known, but these are dependant on achievement of all other required consents from external authorities, and are subject to delays (e.g. weather conditions, contractor availability).
Applications for minor/maintenance works are not displayed.
Warsash link pontoon
8 April 2016
Swanwick Marina redevelopment
July 2007 to September 2013
Brooklands Quay Slipway Extension
25 September 2015