Dolphin and bunkers up before DPC
The Development and Planning Commission will today consider two projects that have generated much debate in the community: the demolition of the Dolphin Restaurant in Camp Bay and the proposed oil transhipment operation by bunker company Vemaoil on the Detached Mole.
Both objectors and the applicant will address the Commission in relation to the Dolphin Restaurant.
The developer seeks to demolish the existing Dolphin restaurant building and construct a new building that will have apartments, restaurants and parking and other associated amenities such as a swimming pool.
The existing public pools at Camp Bay will remain.
The development will have six levels, with level zero having stores for restaurants and beach goers, a ‘tuc’ shop, two restaurants/cafes, a glazed frontage with seating outside.
Level one will have 20 car parking spaces, levels two, three and four will have three apartments and levels five and six will have two apartments each.
Vemaoil is seeking full planning permission for an oil transhipment operation which includes the existing supply vessel and installation of pipework on the detached mole.
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