Demolition Contractors have started clearing the site for the Bay Shopping Park

Morecambe, Lancshire, United Kingdom, 13th September 2015, The Ranch House pub in Morecambe is set to close at the end of January as part of the preparations for Opus North’s redevelopment of the former Frontier Land theme park which has been closed since 2000. The 10-acre site which is owned by Morison’s is set to be redeveloped and turned into the new £17m Bay Shopping Park along with new Brewers Fayre pub / restraint and a Premier Inn hotel. The remains of the 168 ft “Polo Tower” viewing platform which was originally at Blackpool Pleasure Beach is set to be demolished next year which once the agreement with telecoms company EE expires who currently have antenna located at the top of the tower.Meanwhile demolition of the old Warehouse facilities to the rear of the site has already commenced.

Demolition of the old Warehouse facilities to the rear of the site has already commenced.

Demolition Contractors have commenced work on the former Frontierland Site in Morecambe, Opus North are redeveloping the 10-acre site on Morecambe’s Promenade. The Site which was acquired by Supermarket Chain Morrison’s after the theme park closed in 2000 is set to be turned into the £17m Bay Shopping Park. The development include 100,000 sq ft of retail units together with a Premier Inn hotel and a Brewers Fayre Pub.

Morecambe, Lancshire, United Kingdom, 13th September 2015, The Ranch House pub in Morecambe is set to close at the end of January as part of the preparations for Opus North’s redevelopment of the former Frontier Land theme park which has been closed since 2000. The 10-acre site which is owned by Morison’s is set to be redeveloped and turned into the new £17m Bay Shopping Park along with new Brewers Fayre pub / restraint and a Premier Inn hotel. The remains of the 168 ft “Polo Tower” viewing platform which was originally at Blackpool Pleasure Beach is set to be demolished next year which once the agreement with telecoms company EE expires who currently have antenna located at the top of the tower.Meanwhile demolition of the old Warehouse facilities to the rear of the site has already commenced.

The Famous or Infamous Polo Tower is set to come down in next year once the current agreement with communications company EE expires and they have relocated the mobile phone antennas which sit atop the 168foot high tower, which once sat on Blackpool’s Pleasure Beach and news has emerged this week that the Ranch House Pub will be closing at the end of January.

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