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Balearic Islands Government Envisages No New Port Constructions Until 2033

Balearic Islands government envisages no new port constructions until 2033

Balearic Islands Government Envisages No New Port Constructions Until 2033

Ibiza, Spain (PortSEurope) December 4, 2018 – The Balearic Government has presented in Ibiza its proposal of the General Plan of Ports of Balearic Islands 2018-2033,  setting the future of the Balearic ports, now in the consultation phase.

The document plans the evolution of ports and nautical installations of the Balearic Islands for the next 15 years, with a global vision and with the aim of meeting the demand of the sector and facilitating universal access to the sea. 

Therefore, it sets out measures for the reordering of shoreline areas and for construction of new moorings. Also, the plan envisages the creation of adjacent buoy fields in the port facilities and the improvement of the network of ro-ro ramps.

According to the government, the plan targets the optimisation of existing port infrastructure, without the need for extensions or the construction of new ports. Thus, through the reordering of spaces, the offer of moorings can be increased, it said.

Source: Europa Press

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