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NZ$15m Marina to Develop Tasman Aquaculture

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NEW ZEALAND - The Tasman District Council is pushing ahead with plans for a large-scale development at Port Golden Bay costing up to $15 million that could boost the aquaculture industry and provide jobs in the region.

The council is seeking proposals from consultants for the design and development of a marina and associated reclamation for Port Golden Bay (formerly Port Tarakohe) in Tarakohe Harbour.

Council property manager Jim Frater said the council was looking to add an extra 150 to 180 marina berths on the western side of the harbour and to further reclaim the harbour walls.

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