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St Helena : St Helena: PORT MANAGEMENT - USE OF THE WHARF
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 11.05.2014 (Article Archived on 08.06.2014)

Due to works currently being carried out, the Wharf will be open to pedestrians only between the hours of 16.00 & 8.30 hrs Monday to Friday and from 16.00 hrs Friday until 08.30 hrs Monday morning (ie, open to pedestrians only, and authorised vehicles only, over the weekend).

PORT MANAGEMENT - USE OF THE WHARF Due to works currently being carried out, the Wharf will be open to pedestrians only between the hours of 16.00 & 8.30 hrs Monday to Friday and from 16.00 hrs Friday until 08.30 hrs Monday morning (ie, open to pedestrians only, and authorised vehicles only, over the weekend). These arrangements will commence on Wednesday 7 May, with restricted access to vehicles, due to construction works taking place on the Wharf. There will be a barrier placed adjacent to the freight terminal where the construction work starts. Authorised vehicle users will be able to drop off/pick up equipment to and from the lower steps - for example, diving equipment, fishing tackle etc - before returning their vehicle to the area beyond the barrier. No vehicle at any time can be left parked on the Wharf between the construction site and the landing steps, as this area will need to be kept clear in the event of an emergency. Port Management would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in advance for their cooperation. Further details regarding use of the Wharf will be announced in due course. SHG 6 May 2014

 

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