Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Developer berths at Dover

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the Dover Harbour Board and Bride Hall, a leading real estate partner, to take forward the key waterfront development opportunities in the town. 

Bride Hall will bring their three decades of commercial property expertise and work closely with Dover Waterfront Limited and other partners in Dover, to develop a viable scheme that is complementary to other exciting projects in the area. 

In another exciting move the Port of Dover has also created Dover Waterfront Limited, a new regeneration division designed to deliver a strong and dedicated focus on waterfront development for the town. Responsibility for delivering the commercial aims of the Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) vision alongside the existing busy ferry, cruise, cargo and marina operations will remain with the port.

The port is making use of recently granted new powers to enter into joint ventures and other financial arrangements to deliver its flagship DWDR project and protect its long-term capacity.

The deal with Bride Hall also comes as the Port of Dover announces it has just delivered a record year with more than 2.4 million freight vehicles handling goods worth an estimated £100 billion on behalf of UK plc.

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