Boatyard redevelopment

The following redevelopment will commence Monday 30th September:

The perimeter fence will be replaced with a new palisade fence to encompass both the main boatyard and the College yard. This work is expected to take one week to complete.
During this time, part of the car park will be roped off to ensure access for Contractors and to prevent damage to vehicles. Please also, do not park on the roadside adjacent to the fence on the south side of the yard. Use the seawall parking if the car park is crowded.
Additional security patrols will be undertaken during this time to ensure maximum safety of boats and equipment. However, it is your responsibility to ensure your craft is secured and any and all equipment including ladders, which may be used to gain access to craft are securely stowed and/or locked away.

A new electrical circuit will be installed in the boatyard and sheds. We will also provide additional service pedestals along both the north & south side of the main yard. Each of these will have two 240v sockets and water supply. There will be a certain amount of trenching work to be undertaken to allow this work to be completed and we will also remove as much Marram grass from the perimeter as we can during this time.
During this electrical circuit renewal we will have to move boats out of the storage sheds as required. This will be done carefully and on an as needed basis and we will endeavour to return them to their positions as quickly as possible. We will take the opportunity to clear any debris in these areas at this time, so if there
is anything you wish to keep please make sure it is stored on your trailer or removed.

At the same time, we will start the building of a garage for the tractors on the North side of the main boatyard adjacent to the orange container. This will require some deliveries of bricks and concrete. We have roped off this area and we ask that no one parks trailers or boats in or around this area whilst work is completed.

It is likely that we will require during this time a working party to help us do a general yard tidy up of both waste timber and scrap metal, batteries etc. We will put a note out on our face-book page shortly requesting volunteers.

Mike Wade

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  1. Ken Hastie says:

    Some of us refuse to use facebook ! 🙂