Developer hits back over clean-up
DEVELOPERS behind the Carlyon Bay beach scheme say they have acted on calls to clean up the area but face problems from vandals, burglars and inconsiderate dog walkers.
Commercial Estates Group (CEG), the developer behind the scheme, says that since a petition calling for a clean-up was launched in May, it has spent "considerable time" on the clean-up, with contractors employed three times a week during the summer months.
However, toilets have had to be relocated next to a security hut because of vandalism and an on-site refreshments van closed last week after a burglary. CEG has also received complaints about dog walkers who do not use the poop bins provided.
Jon Kenny, CEG development director, said there was "no budget" for major works, which includes the demolition of the old Coliseum.
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