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PROPERTY Surf centre confirmed for Snowdon, north Wales


Plans have been approved to build a huge indoor surf cen- tre in Snowdon, north Wales. Surf Snowdonia wi l l


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be built on the site of a former aluminium fac- tory and will feature a 30,000sq m (322,000sq ft) Wavegarden lake, 14,000sq m (150,000sq ſt) wakeboarding lake, waterslide, restaurant, retail area and indoor play. The attraction will also


include accommodation, with low impact sleeping pods to be located along the lake’s waterfront. Larger lodges will also be built and will retain the naturalistic character of the woodlands surrounding the lake. Te scheme is run by Conwy Adventure Leisure. The surfing lake will be open by


Te attraction is predicted to attract around 70,000 visitors annually


Summer 2014, with the rest of the facilities open by 2015. It is expected the project will cre- ate 100 new jobs in the village of Dolgarrog. Details: http://lei.sr?a=b2u1F


Hastings Pier set for £14m revamp


Hastings Pier will undergo a £14m restoration aſter the 140-year-old structure was almost completely destroyed by fire in 2010. Te Hastings Pier Charity


formally took ownership of the derelict pier following a Compulsory Purchase Order issued by Hastings Borough Council, forcing ownership from Panamanian company, Ravenclaw, aſter it failed to carry out repair work. Renovation work is due to


start later this month. It will include refurbishing the pier’s Grade II-listed substructure, and the only Pavilion still standing, as well as construction of a new visitor centre, which will also serve as an archive and display area, showcasing the pier’s local heritage. The majority of the £14m invest- ment came from the Heritage Lottery


Te multi-million pound project will begin on-site this month


Fund, with significant amounts also com- ing from the Coastal Communities Fund, Community Assets Fund, Hastings Borough Council and East Sussex County Council. Details: http://lei.sr?a=r3W1O


£10m leisure zone proposed for Exmouth seafront


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Plans to create a £10m leisure zone on at 3.6ha site site on Exmouth seafront have been put forward by East Devon District Council (EDDC) as part of a wider regeneration pro- gramme for the seaside town. The Queen’s Drive Leisure Zone could


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include a large privately-run play and rec- reation area with both indoor and outdoor facilities, as well as a watersports hub. Te plans also proposes retailing, a public


square, new two-storey café and/or restaurant and car parking.Details: http://lei.sr?a=v3k9K


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