Torbay residents are being urged to give their views on the future use of the sea front facing land at Torre Abbey via a short survey. The team at Torre Abbey is keen to collect views from as many members of the public as possible on restoring the sea front facing land, preserving the monastic ruins and opening up the space for community events and leisure activities.

Responses to the survey will be used to make an informed decision on the future use of the sea front facing land.

Councillor Mike Morey, Cabinet Member for Infrastructure, Environment and Culture, said “Torre Abbey is Torbay’s most historic building and has been in the care of the Council since 1930. The surrounding land is a community asset so it is really important that the community have their say in deciding the future use of this land. I encourage anyone who visits or walks through the site to complete the short survey, their feedback will be extremely helpful.”

The two question survey and further information can be found on the monastic ruins consultation page.

The survey closes on Friday 17 April 2020.

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