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BGC’s private port development takes shape

After 12 years of regulatory and legal battles, building magnate Len Buckeridge is getting ready to proceed with a private port at Cockburn Sound, with potential benefits for many industries.

James Point muscles up after tribunal win

The consortium behind the proposed James Point port at Kwinana has stepped up its campaign to get the infrastructure project up and running.

Port proponent taking calls

THE Pastoralist's and Grazier's Association is among the many organisations lobbying Fremantle outer harbour development proponent, James Point, over future assistance with the exportation of bulk materials.

Port chief offers olive branch

After years of deadlock with the state government, the proponent of a private port in Cockburn Sound is hoping a management change will restore life to the project.

Buckeridge's James Point revs up Kwinana port campaign

The Len Buckeridge-backed James Point Pty Ltd has signalled its intention to press ahead with a private port in Cockburn Sound, appointing two high profile players from the sector to head the company.

James Point rejects state port plan

The long-running battle to develop a new port at Kwinana has taken a new twist, with private developer James Point Pty Ltd rejecting a compromise proposal put forward by the state government and calling on the Fremantle Port Authority to rethink its plans

James Point plans container port

The Len Buckeridge-backed James Point Pty Ltd has upped the ante in its long-running battle with the Gallop government by developing plans for a container port at Cockburn Sound to compete directly with the Fremantle Port Authority.

Setback for private cargo port

The State Government has delayed and potentially halted the development of Len Buckeridge’s cargo port proposal at Kwinana after deciding that a competing Fremantle port authority project should be given priority.

Port backers push ahead

The backers of the James Point port at Kwinana have vowed to press ahead with their plans despite long running planning delays and legal disputes with the State Government.