Jamestown wharf, st helena

Managed delivery of an Environmental Statement for the extension to the wharf at Jamestown in St Helena in the South Atlantic. The wharf is a key element of the town founded and largely built by the East India Company. Until the recent airport development, this was the principal point of entry to the island and is central to both its history and future economic and social wellbeing. A relatively complete late Georgian and Victorian wharf, it has significant historical value as part of the global infrastructure that supported British colonial interests from the 17th century until the mid-19th century.

 

Designed, procured and managed a comprehensive programme of logistically challenging baseline surveys, including a detailed record and analysis of the surviving wharf wall and associated buildings, such as the former customs house and water tanks.

Contributed to the design process by identifying measures that ameliorate or otherwise minimise the impact of the proposed development on historic remains integral to the maritime history of St Helena.

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