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Seashore leisure base planned in Shekou
    2017-August-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

ANOTHER scenic spot with a combination of functions is planned to be built in Shekou, Nanshan District, in the near future, according to the city’s bureau of public works.

The scenic spot is planned to the west of the new section of the Shenzhen Bay leisure belt, which was opened in July.

According to the new plan, the spot will be located at the south end of Wanghai Road, a main road in Shekou, overlooking Hong Kong. It will serve as a base for marine surveillance and law enforcement, a leisure zone and possibly a base to promote marine knowledge for local residents and students.

According to the bureau, the decision to set up a surveillance and law enforcement base there was based on several factors. The prime reason was that this sea area is connected to the South China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. That particular location is very convenient for law enforcement boats to depart to carry out their missions.

Also, new wharves will be built at the base for law enforcement boats as the existing wharves in Shenzhen are inadequate to harbor more boats. The base is also expected to enhance the capacity of Shenzhen’s marine law enforcement teams.

In addition, establishing an offshore base in Shekou is key to assisting the nation in protecting its rights over the exclusive economic zone and the continental shelf waters under its jurisdiction, stated the bureau.

The area is also going to function as a seashore leisure zone for Shenzhen residents. A waterfront platform is going to be built with outlooks for broader ocean views and rooms to promote marine knowledge.

The initial blueprint for the area’s construction includes an approximately 402-meter-long revetment project, reconstruction of two floating wharves with 12 berths for jet boats, and expanding the wharf for law enforcement boats. Helipads will also be available on the embankment.

Meanwhile, the bureau has also guaranteed to minimize the damage to the ecological and marine environment by constantly improving its blueprint for the seashore zone. An open type breakwater structure will be adopted to better preserve the ocean environment as the structure provides a better water exchange system that will avoid the sand reflux and large-footprint of digging projects. (Zhang Qian)

 

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