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Suffolk Coastal Norse’s building maintenance team has delivered a £150k renovation project on behalf of partners Suffolk Coastal District Council (SCDC), in the seaside town of Felixstowe.
The project, which saw the company restore two Victorian seafront beach shelters to their former glory, began on 6th August and was completed on time and in budget on 12thOctober 2018, ahead of the worst of the winter weather.
Steve Mallet, Suffolk Coastal Norse’s Senior Building Surveyor, said; “The location of these historic shelters means that they suffer from the harsh environment caused by salt water spray and occasional flooding. In planning our renovation, we have taken this into account and have used rot resistant timbers and marine grade paint, as well as taking measures to improve the structures’ flood resilience. Fortunately, we have a highly skilled workforce and access to the most appropriate materials, meaning that we could provide a robust refurbishment that is also in keeping with the shelter’s Victorian heritage.”
Cllr Geoff Holdcroft, SCDC’s Cabinet Member with responsibility for Economic Development, added; “These well-loved shelters are situated within a prominent location on Felixstowe’s south seafront and play an important role in supporting the tourism economy within the town. They were in a very poor condition, so it was a key priority for us to carry out the work needed to bring them back to their best. They now look fantastic and I hope that they will be enjoyed by residents and visitors alike”.