#DUN LAOGHAIRE – An artist's impression of a regenerated Dun Laoghaire harbour showing two new harbour marinas, berthing for tall ships, a dramatic canopy building on the Carlisle pier plus extensive development of the waterfront in front of the yacht clubs is on display at the town's East pier.
The artist's impression showing the new waterfront at Dun Laoghaire Harbour
The poster forms part of the notice of the adoption of the Dun Laoghaire Harbour masterplan under an EU Directive.
"The Masterplan will position Dun Laoghaire Harbour as a marine, leisure and tourism destination of international calibre", said Gerry Dunne, Chief Executive Officer, Dun Laoghaire Harbour Board.
The Masterplan will involve investment of more than €230m, over the next 10-15 years and will result in 1000 sustainable jobs in areas such as tourism, marine service companies, select retail, and food and beverage.
The area at the East pier showing a new sea water baths scheduled to open shortly, a new marina in front of the National Yacht Club, Tall Ship berthing and a new canopy on the Carlisle Pier
An extended plaza area (above) and new waterfront buildings and a Coal harbour marina at the West Pier (below)