The Colonnade and Pleasure Gardens
Work is now underway on the new Sutton on Sea Colonnade development with some enabling works activity on site, including installing fencing and cabins to prepare for the construction. The beginning of the work comes after East Lindsey District Council’s Executive Board approved the first phase of work to take place in the summer.
The redevelopment of the Colonnade and Pleasure Gardens offers a unique opportunity to bring new facilities and opportunities to Sutton on Sea. The first phase of work will provide residents and visitors with a state-of-the-art pavilion, including a café and restaurant, a Changing Places toilet and an exhibition space. New beach huts will also be included as part of this phase of the works, as well as improvements to the Pleasure Gardens to create further seating areas and space for pop-up events and markets.
There will also be planting and community gardens and a new dunes landscape whilst retaining popular existing features, including the anchor water feature and paddling pool areas. The paddling pool is to have a new pumphouse with upgraded pump equipment.
The work beginning on the ground will deliver the improvements that will create a new future for the Colonnade and Pleasure Gardens, building on its heritage.