Waterfront Limited Partnership | Lions Gate Marine Centre – Dock Extension
Permit application discontinued
In November 2022, this specific application was discontinued due to submission materials not being received within the specified timelines.
In March 2022, Waterfront Limited Partnership submitted project permit application to proposes to install a new floating dock, two mooring buoys, and extend the footprint of the existing dock to support the existing daytime upland operations of the Lions Gate Marine Centre fronting 60 Senator Rd, in North Vancouver address British Columbia. This project is on on federal waters managed by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.
As part of the Project and Environmental Review for the proposed project under the Impact Assessment Act, the proposed project was posted on the Canadian Impact Assessment Registry with an opportunity for public comment between March 29 and April 27, 2022.
About the project
The Waterfront Limited Partnership proposes to install a new floating dock, two mooring buoys, and extend the footprint of the existing dock to support the existing daytime upland operations of the Lions Gate Marine Centre (LGMC).
The purpose of the Project is to increase daytime mooring areas for small vessels that are managed by LGMC or for LGMC member use. The Project would continue to facilitate upland boat storage, maintenance, repairs, and other miscellaneous upland marine services (e.g., waste treatment, oil recycling, power washing, etc.) and provide additional daytime docking and mooring space for small vessels that support shipping, transportation, and handling of cargo as well as public transportation.
No changes to the upland business or dock usage are proposed.
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