Pride project in Burnham
DESIGNS for Burnham s £430,000 Civic Pride Project have been approved by Sedgemoor District Council at a meeting on February 20.
DESIGNS for Burnham's £430,000 Civic Pride Project have been approved by Sedgemoor District Council at a meeting on February 20.
The project is being developed to improve Burnham for residential, business and tourism purposes.
All designs will now go out for public consultation and there will be an exhibition at Burnham's Library in Princess Street on March 6 from 10-5.30pm, March 7 from 9.30am-7.30pm and March 8 from 9.30am-12.30pm.
On March 7 from 12noon-7pm, the architect for the project will be available for questions and to discuss details.
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Funding for the development will come from a variety of sources, including the South West Regional Development Agency, Sedgemoor District Council, Somerset County Council, Burnham Chamber of Trade and Commerce and Burnham and Highbridge Town Council.
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