In a statement on their website they said: ‘We are considering plans to temporarily relocate all plaques from this area to a nearby location overlooking the seafront while works are underway.
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‘Please contact us to advise if you would like your plaque relocated over this period, otherwise we are happy to store plaques securely until new seating is installed.’
To contact the team about this email them via their website: southseacoastalscheme.org.uk/get-involved.
Portsmouth City Council has told The News all visitor attractions in the area, including the D-Day Story will remain open during this period of work.