Work on Gypsey Race Park and Avenue landscaping scheme is now complete

The project has given people more green space and new wildlife habitats.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has appointed Esh Construction as prime contractor for the project to redesign the banks of the watercourse along Hilderthorpe Road between Tesco and Springfield Avenues and adjacent to the Palace Car Park on the new Beck Hill Bridge, creating additional green space for people to enjoy and new To create habitats for wild animals.

New trees have been planted and existing forests have been managed with a new forest path so that people can get closer to nature. The area now also includes new seating and a natural play area for children has been created to encourage an active lifestyle.

The second phase of Gypsey Race Park and Avenue received funding of £ 1,491,346 from the European Regional Development Fund under the European Structural and Investment Funds 2014-2020 Growth Program. The remainder of the investment in the £ 4.2 million project was funded by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

The program has given people more green space to enjoy along with new wildlife habitats. The program has provided more green space for people to enjoy along with new wildlife habitats.

Councilor Jane Evison, Portfolio Owner, Economic Growth and Tourism, said, “It is great to see Bridlington complete this transformation of this popular area. I would like to thank everyone involved and local residents for their patience and understanding as the project has inevitably been delayed recently, but now we have a completed project that we can be proud of for both residents and visitors. “

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