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Isle of Man - Projects
Current and future Department of infrastructure Projects
The Department of Infrastructure is busy working to deliver two key projects for the Island: The refurbishment of the Island’s main promenade and the development of raised Castletown Harbour tidal walls to reduce the risk of tidal flooding.
Douglas Promenade Refurbishment
In 2018 the refurbishment of the 3 km Douglas Promenade commenced. The refurbishment includes a new design for the southern section of the Promenade to improve traffic flow, junctions and footpaths. It was also been agreed to create a cultural area around the Villa Marina and Gaiety in line with the town centre regeneration and Douglas Masterplan.
- Planning Approval: February 2018
- Tender Period Ends: August 2018
- Stage 1: Early Contractor Involvement: September 2018 - Auldyn Construction have been appointed
- Stage 2: Main Contractor Appointment: November 2018
- Construction Period: 2 Years
For further details on the refurbishment please visit: https://myprom.im/
Castletown Harbour Tidal Walls
The £2.3 million project is part of the Government’s overall strategy to mitigate the impact of rising sea levels and severe weather as a result of climate change.
The project is the first phase of an All-Island plan of Climate Change Adaptation and will deliver a scheme to reduce the risk of tidal flooding during high tide events in Castletown Harbour.
The Castletown scheme, which commenced on Monday 8 May, involves the installation of raised or set-back harbour walls.