£100,000 beach huts with all mod cons are 'superb addition'
TORBAY is rolling out a new addition to its holiday offer — beach huts.
A new generation of chalets will be officially opened this weekend by the Mayor of Torbay.
Gordon Oliver will join Broadsands chalet users to celebrate the completion of the £100,000 scheme to build 25 contemporary chalets.
The pastel-coloured chalets are larger than the original beach huts they replace, with an 8ft by 12ft area including a covered veranda.
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They feature a pair of glazed doors, security shutters, a window overlooking the rear, electrical power supply and lighting.
Mr Oliver said: "Our huts on various beaches around the Bay are extremely popular, and these new chalets with their mod cons at Broadsands are a superb addition to our facilities.
"We recognise the importance of providing upgraded facilities on our beaches whenever possible.
"I am pleased the council recently approved a scheme costing about £1.6million to replace huts and chalets at Meadfoot beach which are reaching the end of their useful life with new purpose built facilities."
The chalets, which are being rented for annual contracts costing £1,500, will be officially opened at 10.30am on Saturday, August 10.