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Posted on 14 February, 2020

Picton Ferry Terminal

Picton Ferry Terminal

PICTON FERRY TERMINAL LANDSCAPE CONCEPT

As Port Marlborough and Kiwi Rail have teamed up to modify/build new facilities pertaining to Picton Ferry Terminal for new vessels below is a link  for your perusal and consideration

KEY FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
- create a destination gateway, that locals and visitors are proud of, and enjoy using
- drop off/ pick up
- pedestrian access
- service vehicle access
- visitor parking
- bus/coach access (cruise/
- ability to work with seasonal flux


OPPORTUNITIES TO :
- create a crafted sequence of landscape spaces
- create a memorable visitor experience
- support the health and well being of Picton in terms of its PEOPLE+PLACE+CULTURE
- acknowledge Te Ātiawa history and context in Waitohi/Picton/Waikawa


HOW MIGHT THESE OBJECTIVES BE ACHIEVED
- Support and recognize tangata whenua historical and contemporary connections to the site and the broader Picton area where appropriate ;
- Integrate landscape features including cultural references to the historical Waitohi Stream;
- Celebrate Picton’s maritime/port coastal landscape;
- Achieve design consistency and coherence appropriate to the scale of the


Ferry Terminal operations;
- Support activation of the coastal edge and pedestrian access into Picton town centre;
- Support existing ecological systems; and
- Integrate safe, amenity enhanced multi-modal circulation routes.
- Develop the design in line with the sustainability strategies of both Kiwirail ad Port Marlborough New Zealand

For more detailed information, download the presentation document here » (11MB PDF)