Aiden Johnson-Hugill, director of Grenadier, said: “Grenadier are delighted that construction of the new sustainable beachfront development, Sideshore, is near completion.
“All main structural works are complete, and Edge Watersports and Michael Caines are currently undertaking their fitouts, ready for a phased opening.
“Together we have built an exciting community hub where visitors can learn how to safely stand-up paddleboard, kitesurf, power kite, and sea swim. Sideshore will also help distinguish Exmouth as a leading Watersports destination on the national and international stage.
“This project has always been about providing a place for the community and visitors to Sideshore to be able to learn a new sport, take part in fun activities that support well-being, and of course provide a relaxed place to sit, eat and drink the local produce on offer.”
Steph Bridge, owner of Edge Watersports, said: “Edge Watersports are excited to be opening to the public next month as part of our phased opening.
“Our watersports facilities include stand up paddle boarding lessons, kitesurfing lessons, kayak and SUP hire, beach fit, beach yoga and sea swimming, which will all be available at our new Sideshore location at Queen’s Drive.”
The Hangtime Café will be run by Olly Bridge and Megan Barnett and will be open to visitors and passers-by.