Dublin Port Company has presented its €200 million worth Masterplan that will guide development of the port in the period from 2012 to 2040.
The Masterplan was presented yesterday by the Dublin Port Company chief executive Eamonn O’Reilly at a Bord Pleanála hearing. The plan, among others, includes rebuilding and lengthening of almost half of the berths and dredging of the navigation channel to a distance of 10 kilometers from the East Link bridge out into the bay.
The Masterplan presents a vision for future operations at the Port and critically examines how the existing land use at Dublin Port can be optimized for merchandise trade purposes. The Masterplan, which has been prepared following extensive engagement with stakeholders, also outlines how Dublin Port Company will work to better integrate the Port with the City and its people.
October 9, 2014