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C&NM to lead Victoria

C&NM to lead Victoria Marina project UK: The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), site owner of the new Victoria Marina at East Cowes on the Isle of Wight, has selected Camper & Nicholsons Marinas (C&NM) to lead the development. Subject to contracts, C&NM will work with Westcourt Real Estate to redevelop the marina and bring forward detailed proposals for other key buildings on the site. It is the first project C&N has undertaken in the UK in ten years. Paul Flatt, HCA senior development manager, said: “The proposals for a new marina are bold and ambitious and we need a development partner who shares this vision and has a track record of success.” “Camper & Nicholsons’ name has a strong historic connection to the Solent area,” he continued. “This is an exciting opportunity to apply their extensive international experience in marina development and operation in the UK on one of the remaining key elements in the regeneration of East Cowes.” The development of a 400 berth marina received detailed planning permission in 2013. Further detailed plans for development, to be announced next year, are expected to include: improvements to the Columbine building to create a mix of Marina World - on the web Visit Inside Track for regularly updated news on marina projects, events, awards, campaigns, partnerships – and more. Be amongst the first to read every issue of Marina World online. Register on for your FREE electronic issue alert. marine, commercial and leisure space; conversion of the nearby Victoria Barracks building as an inn and hotel; Plan for Victoria Marina. Red outline shows area for development. and the construction of over 100 new and affordable homes. Construction of the marina is expected to begin this autumn. Committee approves St John plan USVI: The St John Coastal Zone Management Committee approved the controversial major permit application for St John Marina in Coral Bay on 1 st October. The project is being forwarded by Summer’s End Group LLC, which plans to build a 145-slip marina with a mix of slip sizes up to superyacht capacity. Related upland development could follow in a second phase subject to permissions. WORLD NEWS Harmony for Gold Anchor schemes UK/AUSTRALIA: The Yacht Harbour Association (TYHA), a group association of the British Marine Federation (BMF), and the Marina Industries Association (MIA) – the Australia-based association that supports the Australasian and Asia-Pacific regions - have signed an agreement to harmonise the TYHA and MIA Gold Anchor schemes. The new partnership will be introduced over the next three years in line with the rolling programme of re-accreditation. During this period, the two schemes will run in tandem until the single scheme is finalised. The agreement defines the territories for which each organisation is responsible so as to ensure efficiency and best customer service. Sarah Hanna, chairman of TYHA, commented: “This is a momentous moment for the Gold Anchor Scheme. It is the beginning of the future for us and the start of a long partnership between TYHA and MIA. Collaborating together will hugely benefit marina operators worldwide.” Jeff d’Albora, director of MIA, said: “This powerful new partnership between MIA and TYHA presents a significant opportunity for the further development of the worldwide marina industry through the development and growth of the Gold Anchor scheme. The collective expertise and experience within the two organisations is formidable and I look forward to a significant expansion of Gold Anchor through this partnership.” - January/February 2015 7

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