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Weymouth Seafront Masterplan

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Wayne Hemingway of HemingwayDesign talks Coastal Regeneration and in particular about their findings as they are part way through creating a  vision and masterplan for Weymouth seafront

The masterplan will focus on a 3 kilometre stretch of coastline, comprising the beach and Promenade from close to Weymouth Pavilion Theatre in the south, to Overcombe Beach in the north.

Attend for a chance to have your say on some emerging  plans that will effect the future of Weymouth.

WAYNE HEMMINGWAY

Co-Founder Hemmingway Design

Wayne Hemingway MBE co-founded Hemingway Design with his wife Gerardine in 1981 Their first success was in founding the iconic Red or Dead brand .Since then it has grown to become an award-winning multi- disciplinary design studio with a portfolio of successful projects that traverses disciplines and sectors, and with clients including international brands and household names as well as numerous towns, cities and places across the UK.

We believe that great design comes from a desire to improve things that matter in life and this long-held philosophy underpins everything that we do – putting ethics and environment at the heart of design.

The company has helped to redesign the Dreamland pleasure park in Margate, advised House of Lords select committees, publicly shamed the house building industry then demonstrated (by master planning and designing an award-winning housing scheme in Gateshead) that a better way is possible, co-designed a new uniform for Transport for London, rebranded FTSE 100 companies and thrown a 24 hour non-stop multi-arts festival for 30,000 revellers on a sandy beach in Suffolk. It has formed new creative communities in Blackburn and Bognor Regis, reimagined heritage buildings in Portsmouth, Preston and Plymouth, and influenced the urban fabric of Bournemouth, Dartford, King’s Lynn, Maidenhead, Manchester and Whitehaven, all with great acclaim.

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