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  Issue No. 2236 Online Edition Friday 31 October 2014 
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Ascension : SAINTS BEACH HUT – LONG BEACH EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST SOUGHT
Submitted by The Islander (Ascension Island Government) 13.03.2014 (Article Archived on 27.03.2014)

The Saints Members Club Committee recently handed their beach hut,

 

SAINTS BEACH HUT – LONG BEACH

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST SOUGHT

 

T

he Saints Members Club Committee recently handed their beach hut, located at the northern end of Long Beach, back to the Administrator as part of a renewal of the Club’s Land Occupancy Permit.

 

I would like to seek expressions of interest from employers, groups, small businesses and others who may wish to seek to take on the property. Those who are interested should write to me – by 28 March – setting out their case including (a) intended purpose (b) plan for abiding by limitations on use due to presence of the adjacent green turtle nesting area and (c) a viable plan for the upkeep on the building.

 

Interested parties may wish to discuss their plans with Sam Weber or Jolene Sim in the Conservation Department who can advise on the restrictions on the building’s use during nesting season. I also advise contacting Samantha Arms-Lawrence, Manager of the Saints Club, who retains ownership of the generator at the site and wishes to sell it. Nicola Dillon of the Administrator’s Office can provide details of the type of Land Occupancy Permit that would be issued.

 

It is my intention to seek the advice of the Island Council’s Biodiversity Committee on the proposals, particularly as the Beach House is sited within an area which may be designated a Protected Area.

 

Expressions of Interests should be sent to Nicola Dillon at the Administration Building or by e-mail on nicola.dillon@ascension.gov.ac by 28 March.

 

Colin Wells

Administrator of Ascension

10 March 2014

 

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