Exciting designs for the re-landscaping of Bridlington seafront are to go on public exhibition in Bridlington.
There will be an opportunity for members of the public to view the plans and speak to officers and the designers on Thursday 31 January between 2pm and 6pm and also on Friday 1 February from 10am until 2pm at Bridlington Spa.
The exhibition covers the seafront running northwards from Garrison Square up to East Riding Leisure Bridlington.
This scheme is another phase of Bridlington’s regeneration plans and includes works to Garrison Square to be carried out as part of the Bridlington Quay Townscape Heritage project.
It will complement the other regeneration works, including the improved streets being created through the Bridlington Integrated Transport Plan (BridITP2) and the creation of the Gypsey Race Park.
Councillor Andy Burton, portfolio holder for economic investment and planning delivery at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “This is an exciting scheme and will enhance the urban realm on the seafront.”
The plans will be available on the Bridlington Renaissance website www.bridlingtonrenaissance.com after the consultation.
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