The aim during the next phase is to enhance the Eastern Esplanade – the section near the West Somerset Railway terminus – with ideas starting to come forward.
Minehead Coastal Communities Team (MCCT) – the organisation that has the funding to spend – is now inviting people to come forward and have their say before any hard and fast decisions are made.
An initial meeting has been held with community groups’ representatives when some positive ideas were tabled – now the consultation is being opened up more widely.
Mood boards featuring concepts that could be brought to life will be on show at Minehead Tourist Information Centre (TIC), along with a questionnaire for feedback and suggestions.
The consultation will run from April 10-15 and the TIC’s opening hours are: Tuesday - Saturday 10am – 4pm and Sunday 11am – 4pm.
“I really hope people will come along, share their ideas and get involved. A tremendous amount of hard work went in to winning the funding in the face of some strong competition.
“This is a once in a generation chance to harness that funding and make it work hard for the benefit of Minehead, its residents and economy. We have great community spirit here in West Somerset – let’s see it in action,” said Cllr Roger Thomas who chairs MCCT.