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quay

a wharf, typically one built parallel to the shoreline

quay

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(civil engineering)
A solid embankment or structure parallel to a waterway; used for loading and unloading ships.
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Owned by Manor Quays Developments, the first phase has been sold to motor retailer Reg Vardy for the development of a showroom and workshop facilities.
A Gateshead Council report said: "There is a general need for adequate car parking in the Quays area as a whole to support the Gateshead Quays regeneration initiatives.
Matt Simms at the marina at Royal Quays, where the restaurant (below) will take shape
The iconic office park development occupies an enviable location within Salford Quays and comprises seven office buildings extending to a total floor area of 433,637 (40,286 sq m).
Schoolchildren were today voting on the best way to revitalise a Tyneside fish quay.
This year the CECA has reassessed all the previous winners and named the Western Quay restoration at North Shields, carried out by engineers Southbay Civils, as the best project overall.
Royal Quays Marina, the centrepiece of the North Shields Royal Quays, has taken another step forward in its development plan.
The scheme to build almost 60 homes at Royal Quays is set to give first-time buyers in the town a boost.
The development of the Quays area began with the Baltic and the Sage and continued through with residential schemes alongside the Hilton hotel and large commercial office schemes.
PERHAPS the most successful area of regeneration within the Newcastle Gateshead boundary in recent years has been the regeneration of Gateshead Quays.
A couple of miles away lies the vibrant Gateshead Quays area, home to the Baltic, the Sage and numerous bars and restaurants.