Worthing Seafront Shelter

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  • Worthing Seafront Shelter

    Renovation of seafront shelter in West Sussex

    Addaset Autumn Gold 3mm

    Addagrip approved contractor Supreme Driveways was appointed to install a new decorative surfacing for the recently refurbished seafront shelter on Worthing promenade, West Sussex.

    The rotunda has stood run-down and dilapidated for the last four years but thanks to a £53,000 refurbishment by Worthing Borough Council the shelter at Windsor Lawns now benefits from toadstool seating, cycle racks, vandal-proof glass and planters, together with a newly constructed floor.

    The new surface for the shelter needed to be decorative as well as hard wearing to cope with the pedestrian traffic and seafront environment. BBA approved Addaset Resin Bound porous surfacing was selected in an Autumn Gold blend to complement the grey and cream shelter paintwork, providing a bright and welcoming look to the revamped building. 

    Councillor Kevin Jenkins, Worthing Borough Council’s executive member for regeneration, said: 

    “We welcome the refurbishment of the shelter. It is a part of the town’s heritage and it’s another example of the council taking care of this for future generations”

    Photo: Cllr Keith Bickers, Lynette Bickers and Cllr Alex Harman at newly opened shelter near Windsor Lawns.