As part of a major programme to reinvigorate Lowestoft’s seafront, designs have been finalised for the next phase of improvements at Jubilee Parade.
Having been awarded £4.3m from HM Government’s Levelling Up Fund in March, the development at Jubilee Parade will include a two-storey café, concession units, public toilets, a Changing Places facility, and extensive public realm improvements to the surrounding seafront area.
An accessible lift will also be installed to connect the lower promenade with the first-floor level and greatly improve wider accessibility between the Upper Esplanade and Lower Promenade for wheelchair and pushchair users, complimenting the ten accessible Eastern Edge beach huts and the boardwalk installed last year.
Working closely with East Suffolk Council, Norwich-based architect Chaplin Farrant have developed designs in readiness for a planning application to be submitted.
If you would like to view the designs and see the proposed project timeline, we will be hosting two public engagement events where members of the project team will be available to answer questions and talk through the improvements. These will take place on Wednesday 26 July at the following locations:
⭐ East Point Pavilion, 10am – 6pm
⭐ Eastern Edge Beach Huts, 10am – 1pm
We look forward to seeing you.