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.
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The River Hamble Harbour Authority has received a new application for Harbour Works Consent from Marina Projects Limited on behalf of their client at Brooklands Quay:
Extension to slipway to Brooklands Quay, Sarisbury Green, SO31 7EF (SU 49374 08870)
A Project Description and Design Technical Note containing the full project detail is submitted alongside this application and should be considered as part of the application, whilst a brief summary of the project is provided below;
It envisaged that the extension would take the form of a 3m wide suspended wooden deck structure supported by piles driven in to the intertidal area. The slipway would extend as far as Mean Low Water on the River which is the extent of the Property Boundary. Construction would be undertaken by tracked excavator building out from the land with the aim of avoiding the need to work from the intertidal. Appropriate protection in the form of matting would be applied should there be a specific short term need to work from the intertidal.
It has been assessed that a suspended deck slipway supported by piles and with a concrete footing would have a direct impact of approximately 35m2. It is proposed to offer up direct mitigation to the scheme of an area 160m2 by removing the remains of the dock head structure and man-made detritus from the foreshore immediately adjacent to the existing slipway and creek. The aim of the mitigation would be to remove the man-made incursions within the identified area and restore a natural intertidal habitat.
Construction is proposed to take a maximum of 6 weeks between May-September 2016 to avoid impacts on overwintering birds
Brooklands Quay slipway extension 12 MB - Description, technical note and drawings
One hard copy of the application (including plans printed at scale) is also available in the Harbour Office for inspection by appointment only.
5 August 2015
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It is anticipated that this application will be considered by the River Hamble Harbour Management Committee at its meeting on 4 September 2015, and a decision will be made by the Harbour Board at its meeting on the 25 September 2015.
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.
Swanwick Marina redevelopment
July 2007 to Sept 2013
Warsash Slipway Improvements
16 Nov 2014