Published on: 20 April 2017
British Marine member, Premier Marinas, has unveiled plans for the major re-development of Noss-on-Dart Marina in Devon.
The company bought the 37-acre former shipyard in March 2016, nearly two years after it went into administration, and has now submitted ideas for redevelopment prior to a full-scale planning application.
Currently the site has capacity to berth up to 180 boats, a licence for 47 trot moorings and space for 400 boats ashore. The new proposal includes a new 250-berth marina, dry stack and a boatyard, plus the building of homes, a hotel and boat storage. It also features a potential public slipway for small boats and a pontoon for a new pedestrian ferry service to Dartmouth.
If planning permission is granted, Premier Marinas is looking carry out the development in phases over a five-year period. The marina and boatyard is expected to open in 2018.