Monday, December 6, 2021

Tag: Sefton Council

Pleasureland granted observation wheel permission

Pleasureland granted observation wheel permission
Sefton Council has granted Temporary Consent for the construction of a 35 metre-tall observation wheel on the site of Southport Pleasureland.

Sky’s the limit for Southport investment

Southport investment boost
Following the 50-year extension of Pleasureland’s lease, granted last month by Sefton Council, Southport is set to see a raft of new investments to boost its popularity as a seaside resort.

Southport’s Pleasureland granted long-term lease

Southport Pleasureland
Sefton Council says a prospective 100 year lease for the theme-park will pave the way for a multi-million-pound investment in the seafront economy. Pleasureland’s longevity is Southport’s prosperity.   The proprietor of one of Merseyside’s most iconic family attractions has revealed his intention to invest millions of pounds into his theme park, after the local council granted him an almost indefinite...

Southport Pier laments anti-social attacker

Southport Pier Assailant
A man in the early hours of last Tuesday morning took it upon himself to launch a garden-chair at the glass doors to Southport Pier pavilion, in what pier..

Pleasureland owner pledges new investment

Southport Pleasureland investment
In return for an extension on his lease, Pleasureland owner Norman Wallis will help fund a number of new ventures on Southport’s seafront.

Sefton Council calls out weekend litter problem

Sefton Council, weekend, litter, problem
Sefton Council has denied claims it neglected the collection of rubbish along Southport seafront during the recent busy weekend. The authority claimed “increased pressure” on its litter collection teams meant some bins were less frequently emptied,but all facilities were clear by the beginning of this week. “Over the weekend Southport seafront was extremely busy with Pleasureland reopening for the Easter Holidays...

Council launch £2.7m bid for Southport pier revamp

Coinslot Southport Pier
Sefton council has announced its intention to submit a £2.7m bid to help revitalise Southport Pier and Seafront as part of the Coastal Communities Fund (CCF). If successful the funding would be targeted towards undertaking essential structural repairs to the pier, the creation of new units, remodelling the end pavilion and creating a new entrance and exit to the end...