Ray Riddoch, Managing Director UK & Sr. VP Europe and Africa of CNOOC International said
“CNOOC International is a proud supporter of the Greyhope Bay project. We’re excited about the vision to create a space for everyone to experience Aberdeen’s incredible coast and marine life. “CNOOC International is committed to working in partnership across sectors for the prosperity and sustainability of our region. Greyhope Bay is a transformational project that celebrates the north-east’s heritage and environment, of which we should be incredibly proud. “We will continue to support Fiona and the entire Greyhope Bay Team to deliver their ambition.”
Javier Buron, Community Liaison Officer, Dragados SA UK & Ireland
“Through our time-bank, Dragados is donating all site works in-kind to build the foundations for the shipping container conversion. The centre is a much awaited addition to Aberdeen’s coastline that will significantly improve the dolphin watching experience for both locals and visitors. We believe that Greyhope Bay is perfectly aligned to our environmental and community values and will make a difference to all of Aberdeen, especially Torry, while promoting respect for our environment and sustainable development. We can’t wait to see the centre open,”
The Torry Community showing their support
Members of the Torry based Walker Road Dancers and Big Noise posing for a photo on the future build site. They’re excited to have access to a shared community space
Heritage focused Torry Community groups representatives in show of their support for the project
Through our free-access model, Greyhope Baywatchers, Torry, Tullos and Balnagask community groups will have a new space to connect to community members and visitors through events, interpretation and artistic expression.
Marine Lab members raising a glass to 'Dolphins at the Battery'
The Marine Lab, based in Torry, will be developing research and science outreach programmes with us from the Torry Battery facility once our doors open