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Vision of Foreshore Initiative Launched
On Wednesday 10 November 2004 the long term development plans for Bo'ness foreshore were revealed with the arrival of Mary Pitcaithly, Chief Executive of Falkirk Council, and other guests by boat at Bo'ness Harbour.

Guests arriving at North Harbour wall

Ahoy! Guests step ashore

Councillor John Constable gives opening address
Ambitious vision of the future

Fer Dijkstra, ING Real Estate UK

The presentation which followed, by Fer Dijkstra of ING Real Estate UK, in the meeting room of Bo'ness Library showed an ambitious and exciting vision for the development of Bo'ness harbour, docks and foreshore.

Harbour & Docks most important

The most exciting aspect was the focus on the harbour and docks as being the most important factor in the overall success of the project.

It was estimated that planning permission will be applied for around March 2005 with work commencing within 2 years from planning acceptance.

The first phase will be based around the harbour and docks with further work being undertaken to the east over the next 6 - 8 years.

"The most important development not only for Bo'ness, Falkirk & Forth Valley but possibly for the whole of Central Scotland"
Bo'ness Foreshore Initiative Press Release
Click here to view presentation (pdf 1mb).
It's a large file but worth the wait!
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