Renewables - Leith (Edinburgh)


In 2012, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the port, Scottish Enterprise and the City of Edinburgh was signed with the aim of developing a new masterplan to create a 21st century gateway for the port, which will support key industries throughout Scotland.

The port is also ideally located for all North Sea activities and has earned a reputation for its reliable service and high quality support facilities for offshore developments.

The Port of Leith can offer:

  • Large areas of ground and water for specialised mobilisation and demobilisation work.
  • A purpose-built common user facility with two 55 tonne pipe gantry cranes, which is designed to accommodate two supply ships simultaneously.

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