20 February 2012
Oban South Pier Planning Study
CMAL and Argyll & Bute Council have commissioned consultants URS Scott Wilson to undertake a Feasibility Study, considering options for development around the South Pier at Oban.
The objective of the study is to identify a long term master plan for the area, taking account of stakeholders requirements; CMAL’s long term plans for replacement of number 1 linkspan& modificationsto the Lismore Ferry Slipway; and the development of the South Pier as a dedicated fishing berth, feeding into Argyll & Bute Council’s CHORD programme.
Consultation and workshops withstakeholders including CalMac Ferries Ltd, RNLI, NLB and Oban Port Users have been arranged for key stages of the study, which is due for completion in early 2012.
Further details of Argyll & Bute’s CHORD programme can be found here
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