The Master Plan for Infrastructures of PortCastelló, was ratified by the Governing Council of State Ports in session 144 on the 18th July 2006, according to the record in article 36.3 of the Law 48/2003 on economic regulations and provision of services for general purpose ports.
This document details the physical planning and operation of the Port of Castellón, programming the expansion and the lay out of infrastructures in seven phases ending in 2027. The most important and representative work to be undertaken according to this master plan, was the construction of the new South Basin, by means of a breakwater with two alignments, and the prolongation of the exterior breakwater of the North Basin, all of which has now been achieved in 2009.
The first three phases of the this plan have now been accomplished, making up the new southern harbour by the means of a new breakwater and their two alignments. Last infrastructures carried out by the Port Authority have been the Eastern Breakwater and the dredging of the Entrance channel for the South Basin, completely finished today.
Under the resolution of January 11, 2005, of the Regional Minister of Planning and Housing, the Modification of the Special Plan of the Port of Castellón is approved. The aim of this document is to establish the Special Plan of the port service area, dependent on the Port Authority of Castellón, for which is amended and replaced the hitherto existing Special Plan approved in July of 2000.
The Special Plan includes the service area planning divided in 7 areas, depending on the usage assigned to each. Such uses are configured in accordance with the uses set out in the General Urban Plan of Castellón, in order to facilitate the implementation of activities around the area of Castellón. Acces to the Customer Service (CS) for more information.