The project included refurbishing the existing visitor centre and construction of a new build Activity Centre to the north of the site. This provided the site with a multi-function space, multi-function room, café, kitchen, offices, meeting rooms and toilets.
We were appointed by the Rural Office for Architecture to carry out a site noise monitoring survey, a noise impact assessment and we also provided advice on noise and acoustic issues for the redevelopment.
The redeveloped site is intended to attract an estimated 40,000 additional tourists, outdoor enthusiasts and local residents each year. It has been backed with £1.7 million of EU funds through the Welsh Government’s Tourism Attractor Destination programme.
Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Lord Elis-Thomas said: “Llys y Frân has so much potential and I’m delighted that we can support Dŵr Cymru with funding to take this vision forward for what will become an iconic water-based and outdoor hub for the area. The development will benefit the local community, as well as draw more visitors to Pembrokeshire.”
Dean Street, Bristol
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