Reimagining Margate
1. NORTHDOWN NETWORK - HELENA JORDAN

Using the town of Margate as their case study, students from Studio 2 of the BA Architecture Course at Central Saint Martin’s were inspired by the Blue New Deal to explore new ideas for living, working and playing by the seaside.

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Author: Central Saint Martin’s Studio 2 Architecture Students

Location: Margate

Sustainable heating from the sea
PlasNewydd

Plas Newydd, an 18th century mansion on the Anglesey coast, Wales, is the first National Trust property to install a marine source heat pump, providing a long-term, low-maintenance, sustainable heating approach for the property.

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Author: Keith Jones, National Trust

Location: Anglesey, Wales

Renewable energy from the tides
Tidal Energy Ltd., DS on Pembroke Dock

Tidal Energy Ltd. is a small company researching, developing the technology and working to generate marine renewable energy from the tides to power up to 10,000 homes. It currently supports 10 direct jobs in Cardiff and Pembroke Dock, Wales.

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Author: Tidal Energy Ltd.

Location: Pembrokeshire, West Wales

The UK’s first-ever tidal lagoon
Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon - Illustration

The Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon is a project to build the world’s first power-generating tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay. It has the potential to support 1,900 jobs and power 155,000 homes through renewable energy sources.

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Author: Tidal Lagoon Power Ltd.

Location: Swansea, South Wales