December 2, 2015
£46,000 project to resurface Burnham's South Esplanade completed

A £46,000 project to resurface part of Burnham-On-Sea's South Esplanade has been completed.

Sedgemoor District Council's contractors have been laying a new black tarmac surface between the jetty and pilot hut building over the past week, replacing the former cracking surface.

Council spokeswoman Claire Faun told "The repairs were necessary as the old surface was showing wear and tear. Crumbling tarmac was replaced by standard-coloured tarmac."

The council added that new benches and bins are being installed, making a total project cost of £46,000.

See also:
£46,000 revamp for seafront is unveiled as 'gold pavement' plan is axed
Council rethinks £200,000 golden pavement plan for Burnham seafront


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