SEAFORD DEVELOPMENT PLAN
February 27th, 2017.
Seaford Town Council would like to remind residents and visitors that the public consultation regarding the Seafront Development Plan begins this coming Friday and Saturday, the 3rd and 4th of March.
Craig Williams, Projects & Facilities Manager, will be pleased to present current ideas on the development of the seafront and answer any questions you may have between 10.00am and 4.00pm each day, together with our town Councillors.
You will be welcome at a marquee adjacent to Frankie’s Beach Café on the promenade, where there will be the opportunity to consider proposed plans for brand-new Martello toilets with two retail units and showers, an entertainments area at the Martello Tower and raised beach huts at Bönningstedt Parade amongst others. Would you like to see some trees along the promenade, or gym equipment at intervals along its length? How about a kiosk selling fresh seafood? What is your vision for The Salts and a new café?
A survey will be available to complete on the day or to take away to consider at your leisure. If you are unable to attend, you will also be able to collect a survey from the Tourist Information Centre or download one from Seaford Town Council’s website – just go to the Facilities & Open Spaces section, Seafront & The Shoal – from Monday 5th March. Your thoughts and views will play an important role in the development of our unique seafront. All completed surveys should be returned to the Council offices by no later than 5.00pm on Tuesday 14th March.
A leaflet and application form for The Shoal, Seaford’s Community Bench, will also be on hand – don’t miss out on being part of this exciting project.
Town Clerk, James Corrigan, explained: “Seaford is blessed with a fantastic bay and a wide promenade. The Council wants to keep this unique attraction as unspoilt as possible while enhancing it for residents and to encourage visitors to our town to support our local businesses. We value any input into the development plans so that we can work together to put Seaford firmly on the map as a great place to be.”