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extraordinary island

An extraordinary business opportunity to be part of an

(Expressions of Interest are invited by 31st July 2013)

The island of St Helena is soon to become the oldest new tourism destination with the island’s fi rst airport due to be operational in early 2016. This creates opportunities for hotel operators and developers of all sizes to invest in existing buildings and green fi eld sites.

This is the most exciting and important period of St Helena’s history and an opportunity not to be missed.

For more information about investment and development potential contact Stuart Planner, Enterprise St Helena.

Tel: +290 2920 Email: |

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marine activities centre

31/05/2013 12:47

Expressions of interest are being sought to operate and manage the Southend Marine Activity Centre (SMAC).

SMAC is an outstanding watersports centre located on Eastern Esplanade overlooking the Thames Estuary and adjacent to one of Southend’s award winning beaches. It is a key part of the town’s offer for both visitors and residents.

The Centre boasts a comprehensive range of watersports facilities and training opportunities and organised over 40 different courses in 2012/13 with in excess of 1400 people using the centre.

Proposals are sought to enhance the current offer and an operator who brings a fresh commercial approach - ensuring an exciting and vibrant watersports provision going forward. Therefore proposals that might include other additional, complementary uses to enhance the offer are welcomed.

Southend has a population of over 170,000 residents and enjoys some 5.5million visitors each year who spend in excess

of £357m. The full range of the current offer can be found at:

For more information and expressions of interest contact Ayers and Cruiks on 01702 343060.

Closing Date noon Friday 26th July 2013. 15



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