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Carry on regardless at Hastings Pier?

Breaches of planning consent on Hastings Pier have been known for many months.  Following coverage of this in HOT, there are four more big signs on the Deck building, there without permission. The Deck doors have new lettering over them, without permission. The inscription for the Birch Room has similarly been obliterated without permission.  For Bernard McGinley, this looks increasingly like a slight to Hastings, its people, the council and Hastings Pier. Looking at the continuing mess, he wonders if it’s time to resave the pier.

Posted 21:07 Wednesday, Aug 21, 2019 In: Home Ground Tags: Bernard McGinley dRMM Enforcement Hastings Pier LBC Lions Group Listed Building Consent Lord Brett McLean pier planning planning permission RIBA slots Stirling Prize

The pier needs your support!

The Friends of Hastings Pier (FoHP) are urging all pier supporters to attend the public meeting called for Monday 23 April to make clear to administrators and stakeholders that there is mass backing for keeping the pier in community hands. Meanwhile a bid to bring Hastings Pier Charity out of administration has been submitted to the administrators. HOT’s Nick Terdre (also a member of FoHP) has been updated on the current state of the campaign by another member, Jim Breeds.

New prize and new business plan for the pier

Hastings Pier has been awarded the Royal Institute of British Architecture’s prestigious Stirling prize, the latest in a long line of awards. Despite widespread recognition, however, the pier is having a tough time finding a sustainable financial model. Now a new business plan has been prepared which will shortly be presented to stakeholders. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 10:39 Friday, Nov 3, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: Alex de Rijke Ben Derbyshire dRMM Hastings Pier Hastings Pier Charity Heritage Lottery Fund Jo Stewart Maria Ludkin National Piers Society Nick Terdre Royal Institute of British Architecture
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