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Ramsgate Coastal Community Team

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South facing, with a high-speed rail link to London and on the south eastern national coastal path, Ramsgate’s town centre sits in close proximity to a Blue Flag beach and its unique Royal Harbour.

The aim of Ramsgate Coastal Community Team is simple: to ensure Ramsgate becomes a prosperous maritime town combining outstanding heritage and architecture with new investment and development that supports sustainable growth in all parts of the town. To achieve this we will use our historic environment as a catalyst to address the economic and social needs of our community.

The Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) initiated Coastal Community Teams to champion coastal regeneration and tackle the economic challenges that coastal towns across Britain face, with the collective aim of bringing jobs, growth and prosperity back to our resort towns. The teams are a way to engage local public, private and community sectors in the regeneration of their towns by developing and delivering solutions in partnership.

Members of Ramsgate Coastal Community Team include Ramsgate Town Council, Ramsgate Neighbourhood Plan Group, Ramsgate Regeneration Alliance, The Ramsgate Society and Ramsgate Town Team. Thanet District Council is the accountable body for Coastal Community Teams in Thanet, providing support and information.

Coastal Community Fund Round 4
Ramsgate Coastal Community Team (RCCT) is seeking CCF funding for a number of projects that can be delivered within the timeframe for Round 4 and for which other funding is not available:

  • Development of consensus and public backing for sustainable economic growth so that people are better able to respond to changing economic needs and opportunities;

  • Improvements to the streetscape of Harbour Street, leading from town centre to Royal Harbour and seafront;

  • Purchase and refurbishment of a derelict shop to provide start-up spaces for small businesses and access to business advice;

  • Restoration of roadside arches and historic lighting on Royal Parade, above the Royal Harbour; and

  • Refurbishment of adjacent multi-storey car park;

  • Improvements to pedestrian wayfaring and signage;

  • Installation of flower baskets and troughs;

  • Extension of decorative lighting to all boats owners to create a seasonal spectacle that exploits the beauty of the harbour.

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