Take a look at plans for the new Sea View Street plaza area in Cleethorpes
A view of the proposed plaza at Sea View Street, Cleethorpes (Image: Hodson Architects)
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 4 Feb 2019
Residents are being invited to have their say on two proposed designs for the creation of a plaza area at the top of Sea View Street in Cleethorpes.
This second phase follows the first phase of the Coastal Communities Funded project in Cleethorpes, See Change.
Councillor Peter Wheatley, cabinet member for regeneration, said: “We promised to come back to the local residents and businesses with some options for the plaza area of Sea View Street, and we’d like people to come along and let us know what they think.
"It’s an important area of the resort, much used during events like the Armed Forces Day, so we want to make it as welcoming as possible.”
The project team will have plans of the two proposed options and will be able to talk through these in more detail.
How the top end of Sea View Street looks currently with the car park area(Image: Google Street View)
The open event will be held on the afternoon and early evening of Tuesday, February 5 and is the next stage in the planning and development of the £6.7m programme to enhance and improve the resort of Cleethorpes.
The drop-in event will be held at the Baptist Church on Alexandra Road, Cleethorpes from 4pm to 7pm.
Plans and proposals will also be available on www.investnel.co.uk/cleethorpesregeneration - where there will be a link to have your say.
The plans will also be on display at the Cleethorpes Discovery Centre and at New Oxford House, DN31 1HB, the ENGIE office in Grimsby town centre from Wednesday, February 6 to Sunday, February 10. (The ENGIE office is open 9-5pm week days only)
The feedback received through the drop in session, from online and from the displays will help develop a final design for the plaza area. The survey opens on Tuesday, February 5 and closes on Sunday, February 10.
CoastNEL (a group of local people representing business, arts, culture, tourism and heritage) worked with the council to secure the £3.8m from the government’s Coastal Communities Fund in 2017 to invest in improving Cleethorpes.