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Port Update – 12th October 2020

Update from David Holmes, CEO Warrenpoint Port, “On Friday 9th October we met virtually with a number of local elected representatives and our business neighbours to brief them on plans to soften the visual aspect of the CO2 plant; the SPS Facility; and plans for further community engagement.   “In relation to the CO2 Plant, […]

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Brexit Inspection Centre – October 2020

6th October 2020 Statement: “Warrenpoint Port has been requesting clarity for quite some time in relation to an SPS (Sanitary and Phytosanitary) Inspection Centre at the Port. The Port would clearly prefer not to lose the land required for this centre, but we must comply with EU regulations.  It is imperative that post Brexit we […]

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Job Advertisement – September 2020

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Warrenpoint Port Supports RNLI

Warrenpoint Port has a close working relationship with the boat owners who utilise Warrenpoint Port Town Dock. For the first time the boat owners used Port hard standing facilities when they lifted their boats out of the water in July for general maintenance. This service incurred a small fee to Warrenpoint Port which the Port […]

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Safety ‘Mathers’ with Dermot to the Rescue

Local man Dermot Mathers was running in Warrenpoint recently when he spotted a young man in the shipping lane in Carlingford Lough trying to retrieve a football. Dermot could see the young man was getting it tough trying to get back to the pier and threw out the life ring to help him back to […]

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David Holmes, CEO Warrenpoint Harbour Authority

“Warrenpoint Harbour Authority is the second largest port in Northern Ireland. We are a major economic driver for this area. We directly employ almost 70 personnel and indirectly support in the region of 200 jobs in the locality. “Last year we contributed £9.6m (GVA) into the local economy and we have an extensive corporate social […]

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Statement Consultative Committee Meeting – 24th July 2020

“Warrenpoint Port hosted a useful dialogue this afternoon with elected representatives, Board members, Harbour Authority business neighbours, and Nippon Gases, the company responsible for the CO2 storage facility at Warrenpoint Port. “The focus of the discussion was to address local concerns about the visual aspect of the CO2 tanks which will be operational at Warrenpoint […]

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Consultative Committee – Update

As the new style consultation approaches with the Port reaching out to its community, the publicly elected representatives to date who will participate in this forum include so far : SDLP : Karen McKevitt DUP : Glyn Hanna Sinn Fein : Sinead Ennis (support staff – serving Councillors Michael Ruane and Cathy Mason) Independent : […]

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Consultative Committee – Update

Further to the Port’s confirmation that we are progressing the Consultative Committee and based on feedback last night and today we would add the following We would encourage our Omeath neighbours to share their concerns with 1 or all of the 4 publicly elected officials that have been invited to this new stakeholder forum Given […]

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Warrenpoint Port : Consultative Committee

As per the June 2020 AGM process, the Port is convening a Consultative Committee to consider alternative affordable, practicable and proportionate screening for the C02 tanks. The terms of reference will include that if no satisfactory alternatives are identified then the status quo will prevail i.e. existing planning imposed controls. We are inviting 4 publicly […]

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