The Indian Point concrete boat ramp is degrading and at some point in the near future it will need significant repairs. There is no tenure in place, and any works done to the site without tenure would be illegal. The days are long gone when locals could do work on the shore without approvals or permits.
The intent is that the ramp be maintained to a level that allows for emergency evacuation use as an alternative to the wharf and barge ramp. No expansion to the ramp or parking area is planned.
SIMAC believes qRD should be responsible for the site and has asked the qRD to look into whether it could acquire tenure from the Province. The various government bodies in charge of the water, foreshore, and road will have to be consulted.
The boat ramp site would be a fourth component of Savary marine services.