Saturday, February 26, 2011

Beach hut news roundup

The UK's first council-owned beach hut has been decorated with a blue plaque (pictured above). The hut, near Bournemouth Pier, was built in 1909 by F P Dolamore... Brighton and Hove City Council has asked beach hut owners to update their licences so they can only be sold to people living in Brighton and Hove. Prices for the 400 beach huts start at £8,000 and reach up to £12,000... Worthing and Adur councils have written to beach hut owners saying they will be charged 10% of the sale price or three times the annual lease of the hut if they choose to sell... A family in Yateley are raising funds for a memorial beach hut in honour of fallen Royal Marine Adam Brown. The £150,000 project will make the hut available as a place of respite for Marines recuperating from being injured in battle. More details at Lyme Regis beach hut owners will be charged more in the future because each hut will now come with two chairs. The council will spend £4,000 on 70 chairs at £55 each...
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