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.
The work being undertaken by contractors WRW on the eastern promenade has slipped beyond the intended completion date.
This is extremely frustrating for the Vale of Glamorgan Council and a disappointment to all of those with an interest in the project. We are however confident that the works, when completed, will be a huge boost to Barry Island as a destination.
The interest in the scheme has been phenomenal and this bodes well for the future of the island.
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.
We are working closely with the council to mitigate the effects of these delays and to expedite the completion of the remaining works.
We are extremely proud to be involved in the regeneration of Barry Island, breathing new life into the promenade for current and future generations to enjoy.
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