Great Yarmouth Operations & Maintenance Hub

Project location & overview:

The Great Yarmouth Operations and Maintenance Hub is an innovative and strategic project, sponsored by Norfolk County Council, Great Yarmouth Borough Council and New Anglia LEP, working in partnership with Peel Ports. Their vision is to redevelop the tip of the South Denes Peninsula in Great Yarmouth, initially providing road, quay and pontoon infrastructure for a new offshore energy maintenance campus.

The site was chosen due to its proximity to the Southern North Sea Wind Farms and marked regeneration land. The project aims to attract more renewable energy companies to the area, in turn creating 650 jobs and promoting Great Yarmouth’s presence within the sector.  

South Denes

Greyfriars Project Management is leading the delivery of the scheme through project and programme management, having been appointed by Norfolk County Council. Director, Jon Barnard has led the delivery of a number of large infrastructure projects on the east coast. For example, the Gull Wing in Lowestoft and supporting the delivery of the Great Yarmouth Third River Crossing through DCO planning. Jon’s experience makes him ideally suited to managing a complex scheme with a variety of stakeholders, targets and challenges. Emily Harvey is supporting the project delivery through provision of programme management and project control tools.

This project is currently progressing through design phase towards submission for planning. Construction is planned to commence in 2021 with completion in 2022.

This is an exciting project for Greyfriars as it encompasses marine and highways design, planning application co-ordination and stakeholder management.

We are part of a dynamic and experienced project team and look forward to managing through to project opening.

Services we are providing:

• Project management as client
• Demolition and construction procurement
• Stakeholder engagement and consultation
• Report writing and governance support
• Programme management
• Governance reporting
• Risk management
• Budgetary controls

Our projects:

Market Place public realm, Great Yarmouth

Leading the client-side project management for Great Yarmouth Borough Council’s Market Place public realm works, we aim to sympathetically improve the functionality of the space whilst being sensitive to the location’s heritage.

A47 Corridor Improvements, Norfolk

Greyfriars Project Management is drawing on its in-depth experience of the Planning Act 2008 and strong record of infrastructure delivery in the eastern region to support the Highways England delivery team.

Gull Wing Bridge, Lowestoft

The Lowestoft Lake Lothing Third Crossing is an exciting and much needed piece of infrastructure that will provide a much-needed link from Waveney Drive (South) to Denmark Road and Peto Way (North) of Lake Lothing.