The restoration was undertaken by a partnership involving ThanetDistrict Council, North British Housing and the South East EnglandDevelopent Agency. Additional funding was provided by Tesco,English partnerships, English heritage and the European RegionalFund.As well as renovating old properties, 20 new apartments havebeen built and a new public square where the Tourist InformationCentre has relocated to as links are improved between the harbourarea and town centre.

David Ralls, chief executive of Thanet District Council said,'This is a sensitive project which has been constructed entirely inkeeping with York Street's historic character as well as renovatingsome fine old buildings. It looks certain to generate a lot ofcommercial and residential interest.'

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