Argyll and Bute Council has agreed to an ambitious and forward-looking programme to assist regeneration and economic development in five of it’s waterfront towns - Campbeltown, Helensburgh, Oban, Rothesay and Dunoon. In November 2008, the Council unanimously agreed to allocate more than £30 million to the programme, since named ‘CHORD’.
The multi-million pound initiative will see major improvements to the town centres and waterfronts of all five towns.
Campbeltown (£6.5 million)
Helensburgh (£6.66 million)
Oban (£6.9 million)
Rothesay (£2.4 million)
Dunoon (£8.3 million)
Chord Programme Manager - Helen Ford
Phone - 01436 658 839
Email - email@example.com
|Helensburgh CHORD update - 29 April 2014||
West Princes St
Colquhoun Square (south)
Colquhoun Square (north)
Sinclair Street car park
|Helensburgh CHORD latest newsletter - March 2014||
Read the latest newsletter about Phase 2 of the project (produced by MacLay's Civil Engineering, who are the contractors for the Helensburgh CHORD project). This edition gives updates on the progress being made in Colquhoun Square and on the Esplanade, and gives you details of the parking arrangements while the work is being carried out.
|Campbeltown Berthing Facility - update February 2014||
The CHORD Project Team and consultants continue to develop the Full Business Case for the development of Campbeltown Berthing Facilities including dedicated onshore toilets and showers. The Full Business Case is now at an advanced staged and to date the following activities have been completed;
The current stage is developing the full technical specification, clear operational guidance and detailed business planning. As part of this final phase before submitting a completed Full Business Case to the Council, we will be having a final open day to allow all interested individuals and organisations to engage with the project team as they finalise the design and business plan.
In addition to the above, the open day will also relate to other significant works on the Old Quay around the Fish Berths that is not directly related to the redevelopment of Campbeltown Berthing Facility and whilst the two projects are distinct, they will be managed collectively to ensure minimum disruption to the Old Quay.
The open day will be on Friday 28 March 2014 in the Town Hall in Campbeltown between 11.00am and 5.00pm.