Lowestoft Town Council are asking the public on their opinion on the future of the 'Drying Racks' at The Ness. The existing Drying Racks (which are replicas believed to have been erected in the 1950s of the originals) are suffering from serious rot and decay with repairs expected to be expensive due to the cost of timber and the large amount of wood needing replacing (over 50% according to a recent structural survey). Alternative suggestions for the Drying Racks include natural decay for wildlife and removal.
Members of the public are invited to fill out this short survey to establish public opinion on the future of the Drying Racks which will help inform any decisions made by Lowestoft Town Council. The survey can either be completed by following this link or by completing the form below.
The deadline for submissions to the survey is Friday 4th August. Submissions will then be collated and presented at the Parks and Open Spaces Sub-Committee meeting on 15th August.