Notice to Mariners

PUBLISHED: 13:45 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 13:48 13 February 2018

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PUBLIC NOTICE BIDEFORD HARBOUR AUTHORITY HARBOUR MASTER’S NOTICE

Mariners and river users are advised that the Brunswick, Queens, Pollards and Clarence Wharves are to be sold for redevelopment and regeneration of the town of Bideford and East of the Water. Consequently river berths have to be cleared of vessels prior to surveying and essential maintenance work requiring access and repair to the quay wall. Mariners are directed to move their vessels from Brunswick, Queens, Pollards and Clarence Wharves before 28th February 2018 after which time the Harbour Authority will take steps to remove vessels. For further information on this Harbour Masters notice please contact: Mr Adrian Redwood, Property Manager: 01237 428700 Email: adrian.redwood@torridge.gov.uk Bideford. Effective until: 28/02/18

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