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Stornoway port masterplan revealed

THE FINAL version of the masterplan outlining a 20- year vision for the development of Stornoway Harbour has been published.

Community consultation over the draft proposals are said to have been ‘positive’. The masterplan will now concentrate on three areas: the creation of a deep water port; development at Goat Island and Newton Basin; and leisure and amenity services around Cromwell Street Quay.

The deep water port is seen as essential for the long-term future of the port and a sustainable island economy. The multi-functional developments at Goat Island address the needs of a variety of business areas while development of the Cromwell Street Quay area is being seen as a potential asset for the community and for tourists.

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