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Mezzanine level fish restaurant will be a good plaice to eat

Posted by Mark
October 2, 2012 in Community

A number of initiatives to improve the fortunes of Hayle in Cornwall include a fish restaurant on a  mezzanine flooring  mezzanine flooring level, to be built over storage units that will be used for fishermen’s equipment.

The Coastal Communities Fund is considering a proposal for development of the area supported by the town council, Cornwall Council and the Cornwall Development Company. The development, worth £1.6m from the Hayle Harbour Trust, is part of a £24m government scheme for rejuvenation of the harbour and port, which have both been an integral part of Hayle’s economy since the Bronze Age.

Green industries will also benefit, as the Hayle Harbour Trust has pledged cash for the Marine Renewables Business Park and the Wave Hub project.

Situated not far from Penzance, Hayle’s fortunes have waned over the years since its heyday as a popular holiday resort in the 1980s, leaving the harbour and several other important heritage sites run down and dilapidated.

Plans and artists’ drawings of the East Quay show a wet fish shop and revamped tanks for holding crustaceans. Also shown are workshops for engineering and electrical industries connected with the fishing industry, which will create over 60 new jobs in the area, including mussel and fish farming.

The fish restaurant on the mezzanine floor of the harbour buildings is one of the more exciting plans, intended to draw in tourists, holidaymakers and locals alike with a menu offering a variety of the freshest catches straight from the fishermen’s nets.

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