New plans for the Penzance Harbour development have been submitted to the Department of Transport.
According to BBC, these plans were submitted hours before a government funding deadline.
The proposed development program, among others, includes the dredging at the town’s harbour.
The harbour provides both a commercial and a recreational service to the town, although trading by sea has long declined in the face of efficient land-based transport.
Day-to-day operation of Penzance harbour is supervised by a Harbourmaster, whose offices are directly on the quay.
Dredging Today Staff, September 14, 2012