Exciting new concept designs for a multi-million-pound re-landscaping of Bridlington seafront are to go on public exhibition in the town on Tuesday, 24 April at an open meeting of the business forum at Bridlington Spa.
Doors open at 5pm and will provide people with the opportunity to look at the concept designs for the seafront and speak to the designers and officers from the town's renaissance team. The business forum meeting starts at 5.30pm and will include a presentation on the project. The forum is open to anyone with business interests in Bridlington.
There will also be a second opportunity to view the plans and speak to officers and the designers on Wednesday, 25 April, from 2-5.30pm, at East Riding Leisure Bridlington, which is open to anyone.
The project covers the seafront running northwards from Garrison Square up to the leisure centre and represents the next stage in Bridlington's regeneration - including work to Garrison Square, which is to be carried out as part of the Bridlington Quay Townscape Heritage Project.
When complete, it will complement the other regeneration works including the improved streets being created through the second phase of the Bridlington Integrated Transport Plan (BridITP2) and the creation of the Gypsey Race Park.
Councillor Andy Burton, cabinet portfolio holder for economic investment and planning delivery at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: "The regeneration of Bridlington is a priority for the council and re-landscaping Bridlington Seafront will enhance the public realm for residents and showcase the area's rich heritage to visitors.
"The council is looking to spend around £3.8 million to improve the seafront, which demonstrates this authority's commitment to the town.
"I would encourage as many people as possible to come along and see the designs and speak to our officers."
For further information about regeneration in Bridlington, visit www.bridlingtonrenaissance.com
For more details about the exhibition, contact Denise Cowling, renaissance delivery coordinator, at email@example.com or call (01482) 391620.