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  1. Published on: 11/01/2018 07:38 AMReported by: roving-eye
    LORD STREET CENTRAL VERANDAHS RESTORATION:-

    SCARISBRICK HOTEL/ No.233-243 LORD STREET:

    Conservation reaches completion on Lord Street. Many appreciations to the exceptional Property Owners and Management Teams for having now undertaken extensive restoration works on their Verandahs at "The Scarisbrick Hotel" here in the Southport Town Centre. Once again it is a true delight to see another business improving our local environment for both local residents and visitors to behold.

    Having continued to directly liaise myself with the Management Team since the Summer of 2014 I am delighted to have now secured the support of "Britannia Hotels" for this successive grand restoration project, who also appreciate my modus operandi of operating on a basis of mutual respect & sincerity in order to achieve the best outcome for everyone.

    Despite having been subject to rather harsh and inappropriate criticism from Opposition Councillors I should actually like to commend this Establishment which is not only taking a civic pride in a long cherished Building that has graced our beloved local high street since 1890, but for continuing to support our local economy through choosing to preserve and utilise a pre-existing building of local and historical significance.

    After ongoing positive and constructive pursuit with the relevant Stakeholders I am especially delighted to now see another elegant building being brought back to its true majesty for the benefit of all and our returning Retail Sector.

    Recently observing the now completed works which have included the process of vegetation and detritus removal from the overhead guttering and horizontal grating in addition to the removal of defective glass panels overhead with the replacement for new ones on a like-for-like basis. This has been followed by meticulous sanding & scraping to remove previously tarnished paint coat layers, in tandem with the priming and lacquering of the overall structural framework in signature black and gold, which has included the intricately detailed Shields & Stars that adorn the filigree and overhead grating.

    A special thank you must therefore go to the property owner, the Britannia Management Team and their dedicated Contractors for having now joined aboard this exciting Community Campaign designed to support our local Retail Sector for the long- term, which is now beginning to manifest across the length and breadth of our beloved local high street. This I believe will ultimately lead to further investor confidence in our local seaside Classic Resort town. Onwards & Upwards!
     

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  3. justbecause says:11/01/2018 09:58 AM
    Barton really does talk bo**ocks at times.

  4. toothache says:11/01/2018 11:52 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by justbecause View Post
    Barton really does talk bo**ocks at times.
    Nevertheless the verandahs are looking better! Actions speak louder than words.

  5. salus.populi says:11/01/2018 11:56 AM
    Perhaps he could turn his attention to Leo's Bar on Nevill Street.

  6. Toodles McGinty says:11/01/2018 12:27 PM
    If the verandahs are so important, why has Bistro Pierre on the corner of Nevill Street, been allowed to remove them completely? It looks tatty.

  7. salus.populi says:11/01/2018 12:57 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Toodles McGinty View Post
    If the verandahs are so important, why has Bistro Pierre on the corner of Nevill Street, been allowed to remove them completely? It looks tatty.
    Because they've been taken away to be restored and will be re-erected. The pillars which had also been removed are already back up.

  8. local says:11/01/2018 05:52 PM
    Bistrot Pierre is shaping up well I hope it lasts.


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