Tender put out for Horseshoe Bay Beach Café
The operation of the Horseshoe Bay Beach Café has been put out to tender by the Ministry of Public Works.
According to a notice which appeared on page 53 of Friday's edition of The Royal Gazette, the Bermuda Government is seeking applications by January 22, and viewings of the site are scheduled to take place earlier that month.
Tender documents associated with the product state that the site would be available for a five-year lease for the provision of commercial services, however the successful bidder will be responsible for all works to the building.
The documents also specify that the property must be kept open during regular business daylight hours and at all other times at the discretion of the landlord.
Full details and tender details are available from the Ministry of Public Works, Estate Section, or the government website.
The Government announced in 2012 that it intended to move forward with a multimillion-dollar upgrade to the facilities through a public-private partnership with work beginning that autumn.
However, the project hit unspecified roadblocks with plans grinding to a halt by February 2013.
Meanwhile, separate plans to improve both parking and pedestrian access to the popular beach were unveiled earlier this year, and have been approved by the Planning Department.