An exciting design led project, the designer was looking for a unique veneer finish with bespoke machining detail. Denleigh collaborated with the interior designer to achieve the desired deep rich timber finish, known as Panther Black Oiled; along with their own machining design on the doors. To further complement the project, so the lovely Panther Black Oiled was taken throughout the properties, Denleigh manufactured matching staircase treads and risers. A charming new development of three 4 bedroom contemporary homes set in the enviable environs of Sandbanks, boasting south facing gardens with sea views overlooking Poole Harbour and Sandbanks. The houses have been skillfully designed and benefit from the interior excellence of a reputable local interior designer. The properties are built to a high specification by the developer and included prestigious custom made kitchens, bathrooms and underfloor heating.
Jurassic Coast of Dorset and East Devon
Coasts case study: Sandbanks, Dorset Flashcards by Alice Lomas | Brainscape
The Jurassic Coast of Dorset and East Devon is a 95 mile stretch of coastline that demonstrates million years of geological history. Swanage is located on the south east corner of the Isle of Purbeck, and its coastline is therefore under the jurisdiction of Purbeck District Council. As Swanage is one of the few developed areas of coastline on the Isle of Purbeck, it is considered economically viable to carry out coastal defence works to protect the town from flooding and erosion. Coastal defence works have been carried out in the area since the nineteenth century.
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It will touch on who is responsible for FCERM, and how we define policy in shoreline management plans progressing to designing and implementing schemes that protect coastal environments against the risk of flooding and erosion. Exciting plans are afoot for the museum which recently received funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Historic England for a significant redevelopment project. This includes opening up and interpreting two of the heritage buildings on the estate which have restricted public access, and the development of new maritime galleries for display of our nationally and internationally significant maritime archaeology collection.
We present an indicator-based tool and methodology that allows assessing the progress towards sustainability of ICZM measures. An indicator-based tool was applied to 18 thematically different coastal case studies using two different methods: a fast screening and an analysis in-depth assessment. Both methods used help to identify strengths and weaknesses of ICZM and their contribution to sustainable development. The tool is user-friendly and easy to apply, it indicates what progress has made towards sustainability and to which extent targets have been met.