Contractors reclaiming Penny's Bay for the Disney theme park will have to stop work if dolphins are swimming nearby, according to the environmental auditor appointed to oversee the project. The Government - which revealed the appointment yesterday - also announced the awarding of a contract for landscaping Penny's Bay, including the design of a nine-metre artificial slope which will surround the park to block outside views. Mouchel Asia, which was awarded the contract for environmental monitoring and audit consultancy, said it would have a specialist ecologist to make sure Chinese white dolphins were not disturbed by the reclamation. The consultancy costs $2.15 million and will last for about 19 months. The Civil Engineering Department said Mouchel Asia would have to ensure reclamation would be carried out in an environmentally acceptable manner that complied with relevant rules. Mouchel Asia director Steve Jones said one of the concerns was to make sure dolphins were not affected. 'The contractors will have to stop working if they find dolphins within a dolphin exclusion zone - a 500-metre radius around any construction works - until the dolphins move out,' he said. He said while the workers could not drive the dolphins from the area, they were mobile creatures and did not tend to stay in the same area for long. Mr Jones said they also would monitor a pair of white-bellied sea eagles living near the reclamation site and make sure the contractors used quiet equipment when they were working near their nest. The second landscaping work consultancy contract, which will be signed today and was awarded to Earthasia Ltd, cost $19.8 million and will last for about six years.