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seafront

a built-up area facing the sea
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Emergency services have been called to the Frinton seafront after receiving several reports of people coughing.
Our Public Health & Regulation team are working with the Environment Agency, Southern Water and other agencies to investigate the possible cause of an incident this weekend (11th August 2019) on Worthing seafront.
One of the components, the old PYC site, identified as site A, stretches for about 1.5 acres at the seafront next to the Swettenham Pier Cruise Terminal (SPCT).
Following a 'deep dive' into seafront plans by Labour bosses and extra consultation, proposals are set to go back to the drawing board.
Rental values for apartments at seafront start from e1/412 /sqm (including central areas).
And with other CCTV cameras also monitoring the seafront area generally, it's hoped the days of the damaging blazes are over.
But as these pictures the seafront has been transformed by the new design - with day trippers enjoying the updated seafront.
Rhyl Seafront Travelodge is the town's first branded hotel to be located at the beach and offers sea view rooms from PS29.
According the geological survey department, the building of high-rises on the Larnaca seafront is problematic in geotechnical terms as the soil cannot take the weight of towering buildings, implying that it is best that Larnaca is kept off the seafront high-rise development map.
Garcia, impressed by the local ship product of Seafront.
Conservative group leader on the council, Coun Robert Oliver, speaking at Sunderland Civic Centre, said it was the "right time" to have the debate due to the number of planning applications for the seafront. He said: "We're about to see the demolition of the Seaburn Centre which of course signifies the end of leisure, the building and the hope it will one day be replaced by something of substance.