Major Scottish marine park upgrade completes

Inchgreen Marine Park gate

Source: Peel Ports

Over £11m has been invested in a major upgrade of facilities at Inchgreen Marine Park in Inverclyde, Scotland to help attract new tenants to the site

New utility connections, new roadways and the purchase of extra land to make the site more usable are among the developments that completed last month.

The project also included the refurbishment of the site’s platers’ shed, upgrades to quay walls, dredging to bring water levels down to navigational depth, removing old structures, as well as improving lighting, electrics and internal roadways across the site.

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