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November 20, 2018

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The AdSP of the Central Adriatic starts the procedure of drawing up and approval of the Town development plan of Harbour System

Published the contest ban

The Authority of Harbour System of Mare Adriatico Centrale has given to start to the procedure of drawing up and approval of the Town development plan of Harbour System (PRSP) publishing the European ban of contest for the editing of the enclosed document the drawing up of the Document of Strategic Planning of System (DPSS) and the editing with the update of Harbour Town development plans (PRP) of everyone of the ports administered of the AdSP, that is Ancona - Falconara Marittima, Pesaro, San Benedetto del Tronto in the Marche, Pescara and Ortona in Abruzzi.

The demanded technical services from the ban regard the strategic planning and the update of the single PRP, the environmental relationship of VAS (Strategic Environmental Appraisal), the technical-scientific coordination of the Town development plan of Harbour System, with the necessary technical support in order to reach the final approval.

The AsSP has specified that the document of strategic planning of system will contain the recognition of the current state of the ports of the system in the national and international context. In particular they will be analyzed the current infrastructural equipment is of national character is regional, the levels of service and accessibility, the net of the reference transports, the eventual constraints presence in the bordering areas to the ports (archaeological, environmental), the territorial context, the city development and their tie with the ports. With the document they will also be characterized and analyzed the harbour evolutionary tendencies, the strengths and of weakness and the opportunities of the territorial context, and will be defined the objectives of development of the Authority of Harbour System and the single ports. The distance will be based on a job of confronts with the local governments, the stakeholder of reference, the enterprises, trade associations, the labor organizations and all the bearers of interest. On the base of the PRSP the Town development plans of every port of the system will be updated.

The president of the AdSP, Rodolfo Giampieri, has emphasized that draft of "a fundamental document for giving body to the system and doing so as that the ports work in coordination between they, with a strategy shared and integrated of increase, fundamental also for giving certainties to the acts of the harbour enterprises, so that they can program long period investments, and favoring an adapted atmosphere to receive and to stimulate the development of job for the companies and the creation of occupation".

"This - the general secretary of the AdSP has remembered, Matteo Paroli - is the first ban for the development of a Town development plan of System after the effectiveness of the reform of the ports and, in particular, it is between first documents of harbour strategic planning on a national level".

The value made up of contest of the contest ban is of 2,26 million euros. Between the criteria of award of the contract, besides the price, there are the abilities to characterize and to exceed the eventual criticalities that could condition the development of the ports. The appraisal of the offers, that they will have to reach the harbour agency within 8 January 2019, will begin on 10 January. The duration of the contract contract is of 390 days effectives from the signature. The contractual engagement will last, in any case, until when the two competent Regions, Marche and Abruzzi, approve of the Town development plan of Harbour System.


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