Ghandi’s Temple, a locally significant heritage asset, was renovated to become Coleman’s Fish Restaurant. Originally constructed in 1931, the temple served as a public shelter and lavatory.
BDN provided the structural engineering for this project, adding a steel frame to renovate and alter the original bandstand.
The stone constructed bandstand has formed the western part of the seafood restaurant, with the new extension built on the sea facing side.
Ghandi’s Temple was refurbished with respect for its local history and significance, as it was restored to create a landmark building.
It now boasts coastal panoramic views and is an iconic piece of the South Shield’s coastline.