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Overview of Maryport Cookery School, showing diagrams of ten-year phasing strategy

Overview of Maryport Cookery School, showing diagrams of ten-year phasing strategy

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Last few days

Just putting the finishing touches to my presentation and starting to frame drawings, final images to be uploaded shortly!

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architecture-ljmu:

Please join us for our graduate show opening night 5pm till late Thursday 24 May.  A great opportunity to talk to our graduates about their inspiring project work.

architecture-ljmu:

Please join us for our graduate show opening night 5pm till late Thursday 24 May.  A great opportunity to talk to our graduates about their inspiring project work.

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Three Coastal Cumbrian Towns

Our urban design project this year focuses on three Cumbrian coastal towns - Whitehaven, Workington and Maryport. We had to choose one town to study further and eventually produce a masterplan proposal for that town. I chose Maryport. 

All three town were important ports for exporting coal, especially to Ireland. Iron and steel were important industries. Following the depletion of coal mines however, all of the towns saw a significant decline in their fortunes. 

The most southernly of the three towns, Whitehaven is an attractive place with a large marina. Its proximity to Sellafield has provided many benefits, particularly a large place of employment.

Further up the coast is Workington. It has the only working port left out of the three towns, and is also the primary retail centre. There is huge scope for redevelopment on the undulating land between the town and the port. 

The northern most town is Maryport. It is the small by population. I chose to examine this place for several reasons. One was because I was fascinated by its geography, including a meandering river, and steep hillside. Another was the harbour, which has a pleasant structure remaining from the coal exporting days. The lack of chain shops and bars is also a welcome addition. The town is also a fishing centre. I’m certain that there is much scope for architecture and urban design to assist in this town being regenerated and reinvented. 

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