Details of the site, including sizes of existing and proposed buildings can be found in the link below.
Planned development of docks, jetties, land, office and industrial space with access to deep water, providing marine occupiers with an excellent environment to invest and grow.
Oceansgate will enable the creation of state-of-the-art facilities for marine manufacturing, including space for engineering and composites workshops, assembly areas and mobilization.
There will be direct access to the docks from this area allowing businesses to engage and share ideas.
The main campus car park for 300 cars will be sited in this area.
Oceansgate’s three docks are suitable for many marine industry dockside operations and will offer marine specialist companies a unique expansion opportunity. The dry dock facilities can be reinstated and the site has the capacity to undertake deep water testing.
The three docks range from 83m to 145m long and between 29m and 30m wide.
The whole of the area within Phase 3 can be sold on a long leasehold basis for a term of up to 295 years, subject to agreeing a strategy for the use and development of the site for marine businesses that satisfy the Council’s Gateway Policy.
Alternatively, parts of the site may be sold or let independently,
according to businesses’ requirements.