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  • PRO-TIDE ENVIRONMENTAL WORKSHOP 31ST JUNE 2016

  • The Port of Dover Environment

    Development Plans at the Port

    Project permitting

    Environmental Monitoring

    Our Tidal Energy Investigation

    Results so far

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    PORT OF DOVER

  • Busiest ferry port in Europe

    13 million passengers

    2.5 million tourist vehicles

    2.4 million freight vehicles carrying goods worth an estimated 100 billion

    up to150 cruise calls Essential to fast moving UK supply chain

    Essential to our trade with Europe

    85 million capital investment plan to facilitate current and future trade

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  • PORT OF DOVER 7

    EASTERN DOCKS DEVELOPMENT

  • TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENTS

    Additional assembly space for 220 freight vehicles

  • DOVER WESTERN DOCKS REVIVAL

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  • FUTURE EUROPEAN DISTRIBUTION HUB

  • CONSENTING REQUIREMENTS

    Permitted Development Rights

    Marine Licence

    Crown Estates

    Listed Buildings Consents

  • ENVIRONMENTAL SURVEYS

  • MARINE MAMMAL SIGHTINGS

  • ZONE OF TIDAL INVESTIGATION

  • ECOLOGY RESULTS

    Substrate - f l int boulders, chalk chunks, gravel, shelly fragments over marl: a heavy si lt c lay mix.

    Benthic -106 individuals, 46% barnacles, 25% mussels, 11% annelids, 4% crabs, 4% anemones, remaining included other molluscs, sea squirts, encrusting sponges

    Pelagic 168 individuals, 73% squid, 8% dog fish, 8% crabs, 11% remaining included 1 bass, 1cod, 1 dab, 1 whiting and 1 plaice

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  • HW+5

  • OVERALL RESULTS

  • CONCLUSIONS

    Low environmental impact

    Consenting process straightforward

    Tidal flows are lower than current technologies are tuned to

    Eddies need further investigation