Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Tag: Regeneration

Scarborough regeneration team considers attractions for town centre

Scarborough regeneration
Family attractions could be at the centre of a new regeneration of Scarborough town centre, part of proposals by the Scarborough Town Strategy Team have revealed.

New calls rally for development in Scarborough “now more than ever”

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The local media in Yorkshire are raising the pressure on local authorities to regenerate the region’s coastal jewel, Scarborough.

From ghost town to arts hub: The unstoppable rise of Margate

Margate regeneration
The opening of the Turner Contemporary in 2010 started the ball rolling on a wave of gentrification in the coastal town of Margate.

Clacton regeneration gets Tendring commitment

Clacton regeneration high street fund
Tendring Council has announced plans to revive Clacton, after it was named as one of the 50 towns to benefit from an extension to the government’s £1bn..

Leisure and amusements lead high street wish list in survey for Wakefield regeneration

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Something doesn’t quite add up in the high street debate when it comes to leisure and amusements facilities and their role on the key thoroughfares in Britain’s town centres. Councillors, often ill-informed, tend not to like them; the nimby brigade is definitely no fan and the highly active anti-gambling community, small but exceedingly mouthy, seem to bully their way into...

Seaside regeneration: Lords see life from the operational side

Bacta seaside amusements Regeneration MP delegation
Brighton Pier’s Anne Ackord and a delegation of top Bacta officials gave Lib Dem and labour peers a tour of the city’s amusements industry during last week’s party conference. The message was very clear: more needs to be done to maximise the opportunities that Britain’s seaside communities can offer.   Lord McNally: “Do you feel you have the right voices in...

Felixstowe welcomes £3m pier redevelopment amid ongoing investment in the town

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  The tourism industry in the Suffolk seaside resort of Felixstowe has seen a marked rise after widespread regeneration attracts a new generation of holidaymakers, though the process has been far from easy. For the Threadwell family, however, their endeavours have been worth it.   A £3m redevelopment of Felixtowe's pier, once the longest in the country, has re-energised a renaissance in...

£31m Blackpool regeneration plans to go before councillors

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Images have been released showing a proposal for the second phase of the £31m Blackpool regeneration project. Images have been released of the second phase of the £31m Blackpool city-centre regeneration project, plans for which are due to go before councillors this week. The images show a tram station and four-star hotel at the centre of the renovations for the Talbot...

Harker welcomes green light for Rhyl regeneration

Coinslot Rhyl Regeneration
Rhyl amusements operator has welcomed the green light being granted to a £4.5m investment in the first phase of Rhyl’s waterfront regeneration programme. Les Harker said the investment, which would pay for the project’s ‘Hospitality Zone’ on Rhyl’s West Parade, was “fabulous” news. As well as Les Harker’s Amusements and Bingo, a number other FECs located on the seafront road stand...