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Works completed at the Royal Southern Yacht Club

MarineSpace were pleased to help the Royal Southern Yacht Club achieve permission to replace some faulty piles in their Prince Phillip Yacht Haven on the river Hamble. The works were finished on time and whilst the installation vessel was already in the region, ensuring the works were done efficiently.


MarineSpace Welcomes Phil Durrant to the Team

MarineSpace Ltd (, a marine planning, environmental and development consultancy based in the UK has confirmed the appointment of the company’s latest team member. Phil Durrant, formerly the Managing Director of Gardline Environmental, and a Director of Marine Ecological Surveys and Titan Environmental Surveys, joins MarineSpace in May 2017 as Technical Director, with a remit […]


Floating Power Plant Appoint MarineSpace and Aquatera to Provide Environmental Support

Floating Power Plant (FPP) has appointed MarineSpace and Aquatera to provide environmental consultancy services for its Welsh and Scottish projects (copy from Tidal Energy Today – The two consultancies will provide environmental impact assessment (EIA) screening reports for the Dyfed and Katanes Floating Energy Park developments, FPP informed on social media. MarineSpace will be […]


MarineSpace and Aquatera sign MoU

                    MarineSpace and Aquatera are delighted to enter a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on projects across a number of sectors. The two companies have already worked successfully together on a number of projects including jointly managing the Offshore Renewables Joint Industry Programme (ORJIP) Ocean […]


MarineSpace is 10!

On the 25 September 2016, MarineSpace reached its tenth anniversary. Over the years the company has worked on a range of projects with an ever increasing portfolio of clients, and established itself as one of the leading marine planning, development and environmental consultancies in the UK.  Founding director Stuart Lowe started the business in 2006 […]


MarineSpace Teams-up to Assist Peel Ports

MarineSpace and Associates commissioned by Peel Ports Group to update Maintenance Dredge Protocol environmental baseline documents and information to inform Marine Protected Area assessments for Mersey and Medway estuaries MarineSpace, in associate partnership with HR Wallingford and Bright Angel Coastal Consultants Ltd, is delighted to announce its commissioning by Peel Ports Group Limited1 to update […]


MarineSpace Achieves Avetta Membership

MarineSpace is pleased to announce that the company has achieved membership of Avetta, the supply chain risk management service provider formally known as PICS Auditing.  Membership is awarded as an acknowledgement that suppliers have achieved specified business management standards for Environmental, Health and Safety, Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Bribery / Corruption and Financial aspects of […]


Consultant Marine Ecologist

MarineSpace is seeking submissions from suitably qualified candidates for the position of Consultant Marine Ecologist.  For more information visit our Vacancies page.


MarineSpace Team Up with RHDHV to Deliver Anglesey EIA

MarineSpace has been appointed by Morlais to deliver the EIA and provide consenting support for the West Anglesey Tidal Demonstration Zone. MarineSpace has teamed up with Royal Haskoning DHV to form an experienced project team which will take the project towards consent. See Joseph Kidd, MarineSpace Technical Director, commented “MarineSpace is delighted to continue […]


MarineSpace Commissioned by Atlantis Resources Ltd to Support SeaGen Decommissioning

Atlantis Resources Ltd, the world’s leading tidal energy developer, has contracted MarineSpace to provide consenting support for the decommissioning and removal of the SeaGen device from Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. Installed in 2008, SeaGen was the world’s first commercial scale tidal turbine and generated over 10 GWh since its deployment, successfully demonstrating the viability […]



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