Storm ravaged harbourside building to be knocked down

Storm ravaged harbourside building to be knocked down
 

A listed building on Whitehaven’s harbourside – formerly home to the Sea Cadets – will be demolished, planners have confirmed.
The building on the Old New Quay will be knocked down after storms in December 2013 left it beyond “economic repair”.
Winds of up to 100mph and massive waves hit the building leaving Whitehaven Sea Cadets without a base and the 20th century property in disrepair.
Whitehaven Harbour Commissioners – on behalf of the Sea Cadets – applied for the removal of the building, and planning permission has been granted by Copeland Council.
The move is part of plans to redevelop... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 25
Source: News & Star
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