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The Water Feature, Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne

The water feature on the Columbus Point development at Sovereign Harbour South, Eastbourne, is one of the largest in Europe. The 310 metres long, anchor-shaped concrete structure comprising channels, cascades and fountains and crossed by pedestrian bridges, was officially opened in December 2003.

Owners of 369 residential properties (houses and apartments) in the area are covenanted in their deeds to pay for the management, running and maintenance of the water feature.

CPMCL

The water feature is owned, managed and maintained by Columbus Point (Management Company) Limited (CPMCL), a company set up for the purpose by the developer. In 2015 the company was transferred from the developer to the collective control of the local covenanted property owners; at the same time the freehold of the feature was transferred to CPMCL.

Further information

Latest news appears on the News page. For other information please explore this website or contact CPMCL at: directors@cpmcl.co.uk  For service charge and other company contacts visit our contacts page.

Email distribution list

Please use the email address directors@cpmcl.co.uk to apply to join our MailChimp distribution list which we use to email updates and news about the water feature. When applying it would be helpful if you included your property address.

 CPMCL Directors' Annual Report FY2019-20 published 
on the Documents page

 Buying or selling covenated property? - see the Conveyancing Guide 
 on the Documents page

Caution
The water in the feature is dosed with chemicals to restrict algae growth. The chemicals could cause stomach problems, so entering the water is very ill-advised and prohibited. Keep children out of the water.

Faults
Please report water feature faults to
HML Eastbourne.
Tel: 01323 819365 info.eastbourne@hmlgroup.com