The renovation of the UK’s Pembroke Port’s Hangar Annexes into flexible workspaces and a workshop has begun as the gateway presses ahead with projects to develop into an energy and engineering centre that supports wind, wave and tidal renewable energy projects.

Steve Edwards, David Challenger and Councillor Johsua Beynon

Contractor R&M Williams is onsite and expected to complete the renovation by November 2022.

Additional works to extend the port’s laydown and fabrication spaces, enlarge a slipway to provide more flexibility in transferring large structures from land to sea, and install a new workboat pontoon are expected to start next year.