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The beach huts had originally been earmarked for public hire, but it is feared that income will be lost for this season due to the delay in completion.
WRW the contractors working on the beach huts say the delay has been caused by a number of factors including poor weather over the winter, which led to the need for specialist rock anchors to be installed to the cliff.
Beach huts on Barry Island's seafront won't be ready by the summer deadline, the council behind the project has said.
The huts are part of a multi-million pound Welsh Government-funded scheme to regenerate Barry Island's eastern side.
Earlier this year, the Vale of Glamorgan Council opened consultation on how the huts should be used.They were supposed to be completed by this month, but the project has failed to meet its second completion deadline.
Vale of Glamorgan Council is asking the public for suggestions on how best to use the newly constructed beach huts at Barry Island, which are due to open this summer.
As part of the work to regenerate the Island's Eastern Promenade, the council is constructing two sets of brightly coloured beach huts.
One set of larger huts will be located near the eastern shelter, with a second further along the promenade near the new water feature and toilet block.
Details of how visitors, businesses or residents can hire one will be discussed at a Scrutiny meeting this week.
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The buildings, which are still under construction, form part of the regeneration of the eastern side of the promenade.