Once again we plead for the owners to share their vision of what the future holds for this vital community asset. Our communities' well being depends on a physically, environmentally and commercially sustainable Harbour post covid and long term. Faced with rapid siltation, we ask the Statutory Harbour Authority - what is the plan? BHT address the Stautory Harbour Authorty's … [Read more...] about No Groyne repair and no Harbour management plan.
Frequently asked questions
2nd April 2016 BHT along with most, if not all other local groups feel that repair of the Bembridge Point Groyne (aka No 1 Groyne) is a priority. BHT have been closely involved in a Bembridge and St Helens Harbour Assoc. (BASHHA) initiative to promote an experimental reinstatement of the groyne. The groyne acts in two ways: As a traditional groyne arresting (delaying) … [Read more...] about Groyne Repair
Ports Good Governance Guidance, 2018, shows BHT’s expectations of Harbour management are closely aligned with those of the Government. Bembridge is a privately-owned Statutory Harbour Authority, but these guidelines apply nevertheless. See in particular Section 2. See the document here: Ports Good Governance Guidance, 2018 … [Read more...] about Ports Good Governance Guidance, 2018
BHT Chairman, Jeremy Gully answers frequently asked questions in this series of minute-long videos. CLICK HERE TO WATCH Titles available: 1. Bembridge Harbour’s colourful history under private ownership 2. Can’t owners do as they like with Bembridge Harbour? 3. The problematic harbour company set up 4. Bembridge Harbour’s near bankruptcy in 2011 5. Is BHT obstructing … [Read more...] about Frequently asked questions