heritage

Saltdean Lido Consultation, Business Plan and Fundraising

  • Saltdean Lido CIC
    Client
  • Conran and Partners
    Partners
  • £4,800,000
    Total Value
  • NLHF Heritage Grant
    Funding

Saltdean Lido is a Grade II* listed site to the East of Brighton. It was the first lido in the country to receive Grade II listed status and after further campaigning received its Grade II* status in March 2011. Saltdean Lido Community Interest Company (CIC) have a 60 year lease to operate the site and are leading this regeneration project which intends to not only carry out extensive repairs to the historic fabric but to create a fully functioning, multi-purpose attraction and to reinvent the site as a community hub once more.

This is a building with huge architectural significance but it is not a museum or heritage centre. Tricolor put together designs which feel organically part of the building, drawing on the key design principles of the modernist building and providing visual clues to the heritage throughout. Tricolor was appointed to develop the Activity Plan, Options Appraisal, Business Plan and the Interpretation Plan and Designs to RIBA 3 for the second round Heritage Enterprise bid.

 

Project timeline

  • 2016

  • 01/01/2016

    Contract Began


  • 2018

  • 01/01/2018

    Contract Ended


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