Final days for feedback on Portsmouth’s Lennox Point marine hub 

Local organisations have just a few days left to review Portsmouth City Council’s Lennox Point marine employment hub proposals and provide feedback.

Portsmouth City Council (PCC) has shared the latest proposals for the marine employment space Phoenix Quay, which will be part of the Lennox Point development. Lennox Point, including Phoenix Quay, is being proposed at Tipner West and Horsea Island East, off the M275 in Portsmouth.

The PCC has shared its proposals alongside a survey to assess the nature of private sector interest in the opportunity and request marine sector feedback to help inform the development of the approach. 

Organisations are invited to review the market sounding brief and respond to the questionnaire. Respondents are asked to review the market sounding brief which can be accessed via the link on Page 1 of the survey, before responding.

The PCC says the vision for Lennox Point is to develop a car-free waterfront neighbourhood that reconnects people’s lives and work with the sea. It will incorporate a leading marine employment and green marine technology hub, Phoenix Quay, which will create quality employment and skills opportunities in Portsmouth.

The questionnaire should take no more than ten minutes to complete. The deadline for feedback is Tuesday 29 June 2021 at 5pm. 

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PCC says it will treat all information provided by respondents in confidence. It intends to use the responses to the survery, and any subsequent discussions with industry to inform the development of our marine hub proposals.

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