SPATIAL PLANNING

10/12/2014

60 participants ont assisté à un atelier transfrontalier organisé par le Port de Newhaven - «planification Port et de développement pour un avenir durable» L'atelier transfrontalier, ont eu lieu à Brighton le mercredi 10 Décembre 2014. L'événement a été ouverte par Norman Baker MP, Membre fédéral de Lewes.

10/12/2014

60 participants attended a cross border workshop hosted by the Port of Newhaven  - "Port planning and development for a sustainable future"  The cross border workshop, took place in Brighton on Wednesday 10th December 2014.  The event was opened by Norman Baker MP, the Member of Parliament for Lewes.  A number of English and French speakers provided a detailed insight in the field of port masterplanning and presentations were given about a number of the FLIP projects key studies including the smart energy audits of the UK partner ports.

This basin reorganisation programme is linked to the construction of the dry dock service that will continue throughout 2015.  The construction of the new Offshore wind farms, which are due to come into service in 2020, in the region is a major driver for the adaptation of the tradditional harbour infrastructures in order to serve these new industries.  Both the contrstuction and operations and mainnace phase will be supported in the Anglo bassin area of the harbour.  The studies will be completed in early 2015 and will benfit from the collective knowledge of the other FLIP partners of Whit