Mumbles Pier set for new restaurant and cafe

Mumbles Pier new restaurant cafe application granted
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The owners of Mumbles Pier have been granted permission to convert the Grade II listed landmark’s former lifeboat base into a new restaurant, alongside the construction of two pavilions housing retail units and a cafe.


The plans are part of the multi-million pound redevelopment and refurbishment strategy for the 102-year-old pier undertaken by Ameco, set to safeguard the pier’s structure and ensure its future as a leading attraction.

“We’re delighted to have reached this important approval stage,” said an Ameco spokesperson. “It has taken a bit of time but we wanted to replicate period features and a Victorian theme.”

“Work is currently on hold, for obvious reasons, but we’re hoping to resume as and when it is safe to do so.”

As well as two new pavilions, the work will also include the opening of new public toilets, construction of a new access bridge for the lifeboat house, and the erection of new gates at the pier entrance.

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