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Newhaven is sited at the mouth of the River Ouse in East Sussex. It is an important South Coast harbour providing cross channel connections to the continent for both private passengers and commercial vehicles. Newhaven Port & Properties Limited are the Statutory Harbour Authority, and as such are responsible for the ongoing management and safety of the Port of Newhaven.

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Rampion Offshore Wind Farm receives £1.3bn green light from E.ON and UK Green Investment Bank

18/05/2015
Eon press release, Monday 18th May 2015:-Rampion Offshore Wind Farm receives £1.3bn green light from E.ON and UK Green Investment BankA partnership between E.ON and the UK Green Investment Bank plc (GIB) means the project,...

Dont go Tombstoning

15/05/2015
  Tombstoning: safety adviceWhat tombstoning is:-Jumping or diving from a height into water.A high-risk, unregulated activity, undertaken by unsupervised individuals.Why tombstoning is dangerous:-Water depth alters with the tide; the water may be shallower than it...

Newhaven Harbour Revision Order Application

24/04/2015
HARBOURS ACT 1964 (AS AMENDED)  PROPOSED NEWHAVEN HARBOUR REVISION ORDER 2015  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A HARBOUR REVISION ORDER  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Newhaven Port and Properties Ltd (“the applicant”) has applied to...

Marine Accident Investigation Branch Safety Digest 1/2015

07/04/2015
The MAIB have published the latest Marine Safety Digest dated 1st April 2015 summarising the lessons learned from marine accidents in the Merchant, Fishing and Recreational sectors.The publication is available for download from the MAIB website...