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The Port of Lisbon Administration, in addition to monitoring the municipal master plans (PDM – Plano Director Municipal) of the eleven municipalities with which it borders, also promotes the development of projects and works in partnership with the municipalities through cooperation protocols, with the object of reorganization and improvement of the conditions of the riverfront and foment the use of spaces by the population.
PORLISBOA - Lisbon Regional Operational Program “Cities Policy - Partnerships for Urban Regeneration”
REPARA - Programmed Regeneration of the Alburrica Riverside Area - 1st phase
From the carrying out 45 actions foreseen in the Local Partnership Protocol established on July 29, 2009, APL assumed the responsibility for 7 actions tasks, which were divided into two phases with the following objectives: Combating Erosion, Requalification of the Boilers of Moinho Pequeno (Small Mill) and fomenting Recreational boating.
The present operation integrates the 1st phase task and respects the consolidation of the existing sand structure, in order to protect the built heritage in Alburrica (Tide mills), Ponta do Mexilhoeiro (windmills) and the northern natural protected areas (shelters for fishing equipment) ).
The remaining actions would be implemented in a 2nd phase, which started on the 2nd semester of 2012, also covering an area of the municipality of Barreiro, called Alburrica, Rua Miguel Pais, Avª Bento Gonçalves and Historical part of the City of Barreiro, whose history, tradition , heritage, landscape and natural environmental characteristics give it a unique potential in an equally unique location and relationship with Tagus Estuary, constituting an enormous value for the experience of Tagus and Coina estuaries.
Despesa Total Eligible Expenditure
Investment by APL,SA
Before the intervention
After the intervention
Rehabilitation of the Augusto Cabrita Embankment, in Barreiro
The Embankment of Augusto Cabrita Riverside has shown signs of progressive degradation throughout its useful life, evidenced by the slide of the prism protection rock to its base. In some sections, the concrete lintel of the retaining crown is barefoot, due to the progressive sliding of the rockfill prism that serves as the base. Given that intervention is required, APL decided to adopt a definitive repair solution, covering the entire extension of the marginal protection of Passeio Augusto Cabrita, plus the marginal front of Clube Naval Barreirense and lateral embankment, in a total extension of 580 linear meters.
Total Eligible Expenditure
The existing Wall before the intervention
The Wall after the intervention
PORLISBOA - Lisbon Regional Operational Program
“Cities Policy - Partnerships for Urban Regeneration”
Requalification of Av. D. Manuel I - Maritime Component
Following the Local Partnership Protocol established in July 2009, APL assumed responsibility for the implementation of the maritime component of the Requalification of Avenida D. Manuel I.
The operation intends to solve the weaknesses that the current wall has been revealing, the project consisting in advancing about 15 meters from the current wall and in the realization of the corresponding embankment (about 25,000 m3), equipped with a drainage system compatible with the periods of storms that occur annually, as well as the integration of this embankment in the existing urban fabric and object of future interventions, provided for in the land component, which is the responsibility of the Municipality.
Total eligible expenditure
Investment by APL,SA
The existing Wall before the intervention
Building of the supporting Wall for the embankment
Aplying paviment in the Embankment
Cooperative protocls with the municipalities of Vila Franca de Xira, Alcochete, Moita, Barreiro e Seixal
The New Lisbon Cruise Terminal, designed by the Portuguese architect João Luís Carrilho da Graça, with a buildable area of 13.800 m2, with loading and unloading facilities for up to 4.500 passengers, a 1.490 meter long pier with capacity to receive ships of various types and dimensions with a draft of up to 12 meters, with 65.000 m2 of surrounding area consisting of landscaping and access roads, parking lots for buses, taxis and tourist vehicles, offering excellent conditions to accommodate cruise ships and passengers.
The first phase of the Oriental Riverside Park (Parque Ribeirinho Oriental) is completed. This project was developed in an area that was mainly municipal domain and a smaller part was port jurisdiction (the Port Jurisdiction was mainly composed by a small strip of land in the area further down the park, surrounding the Cais da Matinha bridge).
This green park that starts next to the warehouses of the Poço do Bispo dock and extends to the north along 600 meters, occupies a total area of four hectares along the Tagus River. A project by the F / C studio, by landscape architects Catarina Assis Pacheco and Filipa Cardoso de Menezes, completely changed the way of living this Lisbon area.
Along with more than 360 new trees, there are two walking paths: a riverside and an interior path that develops inside the green area.
During the tour you will find five “solar sculptures”, designed specifically for this place, geometric shapes that cast shadows on their surroundings and also work as a sundial.
For the children, there is a new playground; some marine containers where converted into two cafeterias, a space for bicycle rental, public sanitary facilities, a library module and one for park maintenance Office.
The construction of this new park is divided into two phases: the second is still incomplete. It will create a continuous green park until the Parque das Nações and will merge with the future Parque Interior da Matinha.
On February 21, 2018, a protocol was signed between the Municipality of Lisbon, the Ministry of Defense, the Navy, the Ministry of the Sea and APL-Administration of Porto de Lisboa, SA with the objective of rehabilitation of the Campo das Cebolas area and the existing Navy dock.
The new strategy for the public space of Campo das Cebolas and Doca da Marinha, aims, in particular, to meet the need to promote its recovery and reinterpretation as a space of eminently playful vocation and to ensure its relationship with the consolidated city fabric.
The Navy operations will be temporarily installed in the Espanhol dock in Alcântara, in facilities provided by APL for a Period of 3 years. Until then, the new facilities will be built in Santos and there will be a major requalification of the surrounding areas.
Enhance a cluster associated with the sea
This is a project that foresees, until 2030, the urban requalification of the entire riverside area between Pedrouços (Lisbon) and Cruz Quebrada (Oeiras).
The intention is to create an international reference facility in the fields of marine, marine sciences and blue economy, recovering the connection between land and sea and giving this space public use.
The Ocean Campus intervention covers 64 hectares area and aims to enhance a development cluster associated with the sea, through a network of research, teaching and technological development units.