OWNERS of a popular beach-front cafe destroyed by fire are reminding people to submit their feedback before Friday.

The Beach House cafe at Mudeford is looking to get opinions from the community on their fresh plans before they are submitted to the council.

A spokesperson for Beach House Mudeford said: “We are looking for feedback from the entire BCP community before submitting to planning.

“On our website you will find a full project plan and the opportunity to fill out the feedback form to submit your opinion.”

BCP Council has already obtained permission from its own planning department to carry out a like-for-like replacement of the Beach House Cafe at Mudeford Sandbank.

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This was after the local authority's initial plan to deliver a larger building on the site was met with a huge backlash from the community.

However, as reported by the Daily Echo last week, the proprietors of the seafood restaurant have now revealed an alternative to make "better use of the space".

The Beach House team has created 'Project Beach House' due to their belief a like-for-like rebuild is a "wasted opportunity".

Project Beach House is working with DMW Architects. The team said their aim is to make a better use of the space while creating a "visually more attractive" building that fits the surroundings of the Mudeford Sandbank.