19th December 2018
Plans to build a series of garden huts on Culver Parade, Sandown seafront have been approved by the Isle of Wight Council.
The row of 18 new garden huts, which offer sea views and a place to relax in any weather, form part of the ongoing redevelopment of Sandham Gardens.
The hut design includes beach-facing double-doors onto a sun terrace and to the rear the huts have balconies overlooking Sandham Gardens itself.
The garden huts offer amenities including kitchen units, an electricity outlet and a bench seat, while gates give access to the row of garden huts helping maintain privacy for their users.
Heritage Attractions Ltd, which owns The Needles Landmark Attraction, has a 50-year lease with Sandown Town Council to develop Sandham Gardens and has already revealed plans to open a dinosaur-themed golf attraction and a high-ropes course at the site.
Christian Zanti, operations manager, Sandham Gardens, said:
“We’re excited to be able to press on with our plans for Sandown after getting the green light from the council.
“We have already started construction work on our ‘Dino Islands, A Golf Adventure’ attraction, which will open for Easter 2019, having already introduced electric go-karting to Sandham Gardens this summer.
Marino Zanti from Heritage Attractions Ltd said:
“We firmly believe this development can provide the spark for a new phase of regeneration for Sandown.
“Heritage Attractions Ltd has a fantastic track record when it comes to running a successful island attraction.
“We plan to continue to work with local businesses, employ islanders and maintain a close relationship with the council and community as we redevelop Sandham Gardens.”Back to Recent News