Regeneration Boost for East Point Pavillion

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The regeneration of the East Point Pavilion in Lowestoft has taken a step forward, with the submission of a planning application from a team which includes Hemingway Design.

Earlier this year, the East Point Pavilion was chosen to benefit from an advance grant of £720,000 through the Government’s Towns Fund. 

This funding will be used to redesign the interior of the pavilion, providing flexible space for community and cultural activity, space for small entrepreneurial ‘pop-up’ businesses to operate from and a year-round café venue.

If approved, the first phase of the regeneration is expected to be complete by March 2021.

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