Seaview Car Park to Quebec Road Car Park

This area is ripe for re-development. The current link path between Seaview Car Park and the grassed area with the skateboard ramps offers little to inspire the visitor. With imaginative re-modelling this area could provide:
– Bandstand/small performance stage
– Public gardens with year-round interest and sheltered sun traps
– Mature dunes retained with viewing platforms looking out to sea
– Relocation of current car park cafe / restaurant facilities to directly overlook sea (providing all weather views)
– Retention of skateboard ramps
– Hooks Island Crazy Golf would make way for some of ths development
– All above linked by a Gnome Trail winding footpath with LARGE, brightly painted gnomes (sponsored by various organisations) – much like the Knights Trail etc in Lincoln. Path to be well lit and feature illuminations to complement the gnome theme July to October and branch to provide a route to the existing Gnomesville attraction

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3 comments on “Seaview Car Park to Quebec Road Car Park

  1. Regard it as part of a longer term vision, developed as the town prospers via other projects. Some elements can be actioned quite swiftly. Proposals for a performance stage are commercial and self sustaining, sponsored gnomes require little maintenance. From litlle acorns …….

    1. The £25M is the start of a longer term vision, if you read the Towns Fund Prospectus it is basically a vehicle to kick start increased public & private investment which surpasses the initial investment. Increased Vehicle parking = Increase parking ticket revenue which will surpass the cost of annual maintenance. ELDC generate approx £1.4M a year on car parking fees!

  2. Who would be responsible for the upkeep of all this. East Lindsey and local council have barely enough money to maintain current services. There is no way of a project like this generating money so as to be self funding. Ultimately we would all end up paying for it via our council tax.

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