RESIDENTS of Ardrossan's South Crescent have been invited to a meeting with the group behind a £250,000 revamp of land across from their houses tomorrow night (Tuesday, September 21) at the Frank Sweeney Centre in Glasgow Street.

Earlier this year Ardrossan Community Trust was given £250,000 from the National Lottery's Community Fund to invest in a makeover of the town's South Beach.

Plans include a playpark along South Beach, a coffee shop, 100 deckchairs, buggies for wheelchair users to be able to get on the sand.

At an open day held at South Beach last month concerns were raised about the developments.

A meeting had been organised but was cancelled, now it will take place on Tuesday from 6pm until 8pm.

Chairperson of Adrossan Community Trust, Scott Mould said: "We want to hear from residents in the South Crescent area, we want to talk about our plans and hear their views.

"At our community engagement day held at South Beach last month a number of concerns and questions were raised by home owners and occupants of homes on the South Beach area and the immediate streets surrounding the proposed development site.

"It was the intention of the ACDT to hold an additional event to discuss the questions raised and the venue and date for the original meeting was September 8 at the Frank Sweeney Centre in Ardrossan but sadly, this event could not go ahead due to the organiser testing positive for COVID.

"Due to limited spaces only one person per household is invited to attend the meeting and anyone who intends on going along should email us to let us know and leave their phone number in case of any unforeseen circumstances. 

"It's a chance to talk about any concerns they may have and also get input from them."

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