Posted on 1st Mar 2018 by Paul Groves
The eatery and visitor centre at Lepe Country Park is being replaced by a new complex with a unique design that reflects that dramatic impact of climate change.
Three years ago current complex suffered about Â£100,000 of damage after it was flooded by a ferocious storm that struck the south coast.
The new glass-fronted facility, part of a Â£2.7 million plan to transform the area, is being built on top of concrete columns to keep it safe from the sea.
Jorgensen are currently the painting contractor for this project that is being built by Stirland construction with completion due at Easter.
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