£125k structural repairs within Cullen harbour under way
STRUCTURAL repair works are under way at Cullen harbour.
Voids behind the timber piles to the south of the harbour are being infilled, and the seawall is being refaced. Sections of the wall have fallen into disrepair, with concrete coming loose from the structure. These areas will be broken apart and filled in with a suitable marine concrete.
Works are due to be completed by November 2021 and during this time pedestrians are asked to avoid the north pier and footpath around the harbour basin. Fencing and a diversion route are being put in place to protect both the public and those working on site.
Convener of Moray Council, Cllr Shona Morrison, said: “This project marks significant investment of £125k within Cullen Harbour through our capital programme of works. It will improve the integrity of the seawall and safeguard the structure against the elements.”