Bexhill Colonnade re-opens after renovation

Colonnade building in Bexhill
Image caption The works are part of a wider scheme to regenerate the seafront

A seafront landmark in Bexhill has re-opened following a £3.5m renovation.

Kent-based Neilcott Construction led the works on the Grade II listed Colonnade, which was built to mark the coronation of King George V in 1911.

Rother District Council said the works were part of a wider scheme to regenerate the seafront.

The project also involves the construction of a new rowing club boathouse and a terraced lawn area alongside the De La Warr Pavilion.

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