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Old February 14th, 2007, 05:07 PM   #1
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LDA scoops Blackpool’s waterfront ‘People’s Playground’ scheme

LDA Design has scooped victory in the international competition to design a new £21 million ‘People’s Playground’ along Blackpool’s Central Promenade.
The Exeter-based practice was selected to design the new waterfront ‘landscape’ ahead of a glittering shortlist of finalists which included London 2012 Olympics masterplanner EDAW, Dutch firm NIO Architecten and trendy upstarts FAT.



The announcement will come as yet another blow for unlucky commercial big-hitter and fellow finalist Gensler, which has now narrowly missed out on a brace of high-profile projects in the north-west seaside resort.

Last month the practice was left out in the cold after the surprise decision to hand the country’s first supercasino project to Manchester, thwarting the firm’s plans for a massive casino in Blackpool.



However, regeneration company and competition-organiser ReBlackpool is adamant the unexpected casino verdict will not scupper LDA’s competition-winning plans to transform six new headlands along a 3.2km-long stretch of the town’s ageing promenade.

ReBlackpool will now work with LDA Design and its partners Speirs and Major Associates, plus lighting artist Chris Levine and Gardiner & Theobald to finalise a submission bid for the Big Lottery’s Living Landmarks Programme.

Speaking about the victory, a delighted Robert Aspland, an associate director of LDA Design, said: ‘The brief for the project...called for something that would excite and amaze residents and visitors alike; the creation of a place of escape and fantasy.



‘Inspired by the otherworldiness of Gulliver’s travels and the strange landscapes of Japanese animated film, we have created an incredible surreal dunescape which will become a playground for all. At dusk a virtual landscape will emerge from the dunes and high above this a spectacular and unique aerial light show will be created – “the Northern Lights”.’
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Wow, that looks really cool. To me Blackpool is perhaps the only place in the country that can get away with such fun and bonkers schemes. The promendade is long overdue a refurb, it would be nice to see the better aspects of the victorian promenade restored too.
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Old February 15th, 2007, 11:43 PM   #3
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its great isn't it! Good luck to em.. there's life after the casino after all
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A New Vision for Blackpool

15 February 2007


A sparkling new vision of what Blackpool’s new £21 million ‘People’s Playground’ promenade could look like has been announced today (14th February) by ReBlackpool, the company responsible for the regeneration of the country’s most famous seaside resort.

LDA Design has been chosen as the winners of an international design competition, led by ReBlackpool, which generated entries from all over the world, including Paris, Amsterdam and Austria.

Doug Garrett, Chief Executive of ReBlackpool, comments: “The redevelopment of Blackpool’s 3.2 kilometre central promenade is certainly going to put the town back on the map. Our aim is to ensure that Blackpool becomes renowned as a 21st Century world class tourism destination; the innovative and unique redevelopment of the promenade is the first big step in making this happen.

“Finding a design team to work with on this project has been an extremely competitive process and the judging panel has had to work very hard to pick a winner – thankfully we were able to enlist the help of Blackpool residents whose feedback at public exhibitions was invaluable in helping us reach a decision.”

The winning concept provides a vision for the redevelopment of the sea walls and the construction of six new headlands, which pays homage to Blackpool’s history but firmly places the resort on a modern world stage.

Robert Aspland, Associate Director of LDA Design, comments: “The brief for the project, dubbed the People’s Playground, called for something that would excite and amaze residents and visitors alike; the creation of a place of escape and fantasy.

“Inspired by the otherworldiness of Gulliver’s travels and the strange landscapes of Japanese animated film, we have created an incredible surreal dunescape which will become a playground for all. At dusk a virtual landscape will emerge from the dunes and high above this a spectacular and unique aerial light show will be created – ‘the Northern Lights’.”

ReBlackpool will now work with LDA Design and its partners Speirs and Major Associates and lighting artist Chris Levine and Gardiner & Theobald in finalising its submission for The People’s Playground to Big Lottery’s Living Landmarks Programme. The programme is awarding £140 million across the UK to initiatives, such as the People’s Playground, designed to inspire communities to transfer, revitalise and regenerate the places where they live.

Heather Emery, Head of Design and the Built Environment at the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) and a member of the judging panel, said: "Our hope now is that the winning design will become as much a part of Blackpool's scenery and history as its other iconic landmarks. The aim from the outset was to provide a thrilling spectacle to stop people in their tracks and the judging panel believes this has been achieved. The winning design will be a credit to Blackpool, fostering creativity in the area while continuing to build on the agency's aim to improve the quality of public spaces in the Northwest's towns and cities."

This highly competitive process has demonstrated that new kinds of collaborations between artists, design teams, engineers and architects are essential to The People’s Playground project and the entire regeneration programme. ReBlackpool anticipates working with a wide range of new collaborations as it translates the Master plan into actio
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Summers almost here and so here's a nice little site that could do with a bit of regen.....

http://www.blackpool.com/
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Am I the only one who cares about Blackpool round here?
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Old April 1st, 2007, 12:11 AM   #8
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I went to Blackpool this week (the place was closed unsurprisingly) and i found so many faults that when i left i wanted to flatten the place and prettend it didnt exist! I know im being irrational and that i do want to go back and see it in its prime.

My biggest gripe was that for a tourist place there was no info about opening times (even if they said opening June would have been good enough), and other minor points led me to believe the place was really baddly managed. For example the tower is open on a wednesday and weekend, yet there was no info to tell you, and if it wasnt for a stroll past i wouldnt have known it was open (the tower was closed by the way, no reason just a piece of paper saying tower closed - would have been ok if it said 'for essential maintenance', but just a freshly printed out piece of A4 that was only visable after queing for 5 mins). There is no excuse for this as i stopped in Liverpool on the way back which was more than open!

I was preppared for urban decay, bad weather and tacky seaside-ness (the British way), but i wasnt preppared for the amount of decay and poor state of the town center (really awfull) - and i know its all about the golden mile but really! My own counter-argument (i kept telling myself lol) was that its winter and that there seemed to be alot of cleaning up and refurbishment, but most of it was restricted to bed and breakfasts away from the golden mile. I couldnt even count on the weather being rainy and windy, instead it was warm and foggy (though the wind was a bit cold but not strong)

The refurbishment of the golden mile seemed a nice idea untill i saw what they were doing, replacing the entire waterfronts victorian railings with modern ones, that beared no relationship to the towns heritage and were STILL badly painted!

There seemed to be no planning in the place, with every piece of land filled to the maximum near the center, and the only living thing (apart from the really ugly people who looked like they had spent 50 years on a fishing boat with no dental care in the arctic and only just got back) was a dead tree on the road which had just been evicted by a local yob from its pot.

I know its winter (im telling myself again) and that it will be great in the summer and when the lights are on, and i saw a good show (funny girls) and ugly people arnt important, but they all added to a very grim impression. I cant see a casino working in Blackpool as the type of people who would go, wouldnt like Blackpool and would not be the impression i wanted to give of Britain.
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Old April 1st, 2007, 09:22 AM   #9
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Can't find a general Blackpool thread so this might be useful, before the projects get subsumed into another sub-forum.....



LDA scoops Blackpool’s waterfront ‘People’s Playground’ scheme

LDA Design has scooped victory in the international competition to design a *** £21 million ‘People’s Playground’ along Blackpool’s Central Promenade.
The Exeter-based practice was selected to design the *** waterfront ‘landscape’ ahead of a glittering shortlist of finalists which included ****** 2012 Olympics masterplanner EDAW, Dutch firm NIO Architecten and trendy upstarts FAT.



The announcement will come as yet another blow for unlucky commercial big-hitter and fellow finalist Gensler, which has now narrowly missed out on a brace of high-profile projects in the north-west seaside resort.

Last month the practice was left out in the cold after the surprise decision to hand the country’s first supercasino project to Manchester, thwarting the firm’s plans for a massive casino in Blackpool.



However, regeneration company and competition-organiser ReBlackpool is adamant the unexpected casino verdict will not scupper LDA’s competition-winning plans to transform six *** headlands along a 3.2km-long stretch of the town’s ageing promenade.

ReBlackpool will now work with LDA Design and its partners Speirs and Major Associates, plus lighting artist Chris Levine and Gardiner & Theobald to finalise a submission bid for the Big Lottery’s Living Landmarks Programme.

Speaking about the victory, a delighted Robert Aspland, an associate director of LDA Design, said: ‘The brief for the project...called for something that would excite and amaze residents and visitors alike; the creation of a place of escape and fantasy.



‘Inspired by the otherworldiness of Gulliver’s travels and the strange landscapes of Japanese animated film, we have created an incredible surreal dunescape which will become a playground for all. At dusk a virtual landscape will emerge from the dunes and high above this a spectacular and unique aerial light show will be created – “the Northern Lights”.’
I suppose it looks ' ok' unfortunately its someone larking around with jokey 3d modelling, I think the reality will be somewhat different and will possibly date. Whats really needed is high quality materials and landscapeing and longivity not gimmiks.
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I know its winter (im telling myself again) and that it will be great in the summer and when the lights are on, and i saw a good show (funny girls) and ugly people arnt important, but they all added to a very grim impression. I cant see a casino working in Blackpool as the type of people who would go, wouldnt like Blackpool and would not be the impression i wanted to give of Britain.
I imagine most people would post the same as you cardiff, i think you are brave for saying so and the sad thing is that what you have written is all absolutely true. If I had to put an appendix in there, I'd have to say that it isn't THAT brilliant in the summer. The place swarms with hen/stag/21st/40ths/lads/wags/birds weekends.... it is so NOT a family destination save for a week at the maximum. Blackpool is shamefully run, managed and looked after... I blame the local council for not cleaning it up, I mean even the small point you make about the railings is enough to make you weep. Ive stayed there a couple of times in the last few years and the nightlife can only be described as anarchic and dangerous. I find it hard to believe that a casino alone can regenerate a town this size, with so many problems. If it was 'my' town, I would get some decent planning restrictions on what can and can't be put up, I'd start revoking licences for guest houses that were shit tips, start making sure that the place was properly policed and get some decent security, employ someone with a lot of experience at running a large modern resort as well to look at the town holistacally... and sack the ******* council.
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There is no excuse for this as i stopped in Liverpool on the way back which was more than open!
The thing is, Cardiff, Blackpool is a tourist town with pretty much **** all else going for it. Liverpool is a major city that packs a bit of tourism in on the side. It's unfair to compare the two. Try Morecambe (to which Blackpool may compare pretty well at this time of year), or Southport (to which Blackpool may compare badly at the moment, especially in terms of shopping). It needs tourism. That is its purpose. That is why it needs a casino. To stop it being a dead end, with the odd Scottish hen party between November/May.
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well i tink a good comparison for a place like blackpool would be Brighton, there is no reason, or rather was no reason why it couldnt invent itself in the same way Brighton has - maybe im being nieve but both places were holiday spots for city dwellers.
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 12:49 AM   #13
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The thing is, Cardiff, Blackpool is a tourist town with pretty much **** all else going for it. Liverpool is a major city that packs a bit of tourism in on the side. It's unfair to compare the two. Try Morecambe (to which Blackpool may compare pretty well at this time of year), or Southport (to which Blackpool may compare badly at the moment, especially in terms of shopping). It needs tourism. That is its purpose. That is why it needs a casino. To stop it being a dead end, with the odd Scottish hen party between November/May.
Southport isnt seasonal.
Morecambe isnt really a seaside town anymore.
And Liverpool isnt a major city
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But you are a grade one *****.

Southport is very seasonal Accy. It just has a bit more going for it, to tide it over in the winter months. Try driving down Lord St as soon as a bit of sun comes out. You can't move down there.
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Funding approved for £4 million investment on Blackpool seafront

Funding of over £4 million has been approved by the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) to support public realm works for Phase II of the Central Seafront development scheme in Blackpool.

The Central Seafront scheme, which is being led by ReBlackpool, Blackpool’s Urban Regeneration Company, and Blackpool Council involves the construction of a new seawall in addition to the remodelling of the seafront and could culminate in the construction of the People’s Playground.

Phase I of the scheme included improvements to the sea wall to which the NWDA also provided £8 million of funding. Now as the project moves into phase II, improvements will be made to the area between the parades and the tramline on the seafront. Phase III of the scheme will be the proposed People’s Playground attraction.

The promenade is seen as Blackpool’s ‘shop window’ and as part of the Masterplan to regenerate Blackpool it requires public sector assets to be developed to the same high quality standard as its private sector counterparts.

Steven Broomhead, Chief Executive behind the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA), said:

“The idea for the project is to provide a high quality environment in one of the most intensely used public areas in the region. It is anticipated that by rejuvenating Blackpool’s frontage using public funds as the catalyst, this will then lead to the attraction of private investment. We are looking forward to seeing this project make real improvements to Blackpool as a visitor destination.”

Doug Garrett, Chief Executive of ReBlackpool, said:

“This project will support the regeneration of Blackpool and assist in attracting increased tourism to the region. The seafront area is one of the town’s major assets with an established history in attracting visitors to the region. We hope to endear this town to a new generation of tourists whilst making it an attractive space for local residents to use and enjoy”.”

Jackie Potter, Executive Director, Regeneration and Tourism, Blackpool Council, said:

“The work will enhance the existing specification between the tram tracks and the footway in line with other works on the front, providing a seamless transition from highway to promenade. As a council, we’re hoping to create something really special – a world class seafront - for both our visitors and residents.”

The funding will provide areas of soft landscaping and enhancement facilities for people to linger and enjoy the promenade. Further work will also be completed on three separate pedestrian tramway crossings and one highway and tram crossing enabling safer pedestrian movement between the promenade, hotels and shops. Construction will incorporate landscaping and finishes, street furniture and the design of integral seating into the setback wall. Phase II of the Central Seafront development scheme is scheduled to be completed for September 2008.
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Blackpool Set for £285m Facelift

02 April 2007
ReBlackpool has today (April 2nd) officially unveiled AMEC as the preferred developer for the £285 million redevelopment of the Talbot Gateway area of the town. The project is set to introduce a new civic and cultural centre to Blackpool within a large, mixed use, pedestrian- friendly development.

The comprehensive 12.8 hectare redevelopment of the north eastern part of the town, around the Blackpool North railway station area, will feature new retail, commercial, community, residential and civic office space in addition to town centre parking and transport facilities. It will include a new public square, council offices, a courthouse, a 70,000 sq ft supermarket, two hotels and a town centre multi-screen cinema.

Doug Garrett, Chief Executive of ReBlackpool, commented: “We were delighted to receive three quality submissions but felt that the AMEC scheme best met the objectives that had been set. We will be working hard with AMEC over the forthcoming months to refine the proposals into a deliverable scheme with planning permission. AMEC has seen the potential of Blackpool and will now help us turn our vision into a reality.”

The public will be able to view AMEC’s winning scheme and talk about the proposals at an exhibition on 3rd, 4th and 5th April at St John's Church on Church Street. ReBlackpool will work in partnership with Blackpool Council, Amec and people in Blackpool to finalise plans to be submitted for a planning application. It is anticipated that work will start in 2008.

Mike Horner, Regional Director at AMEC, added: “We are looking forward to working in partnership with ReBlackpool and the Council on this major regeneration project. Everyone knows Blackpool as a tourist and leisure destination but we want to put something back into Blackpool for the local population – for those people who actually live and work here.

“Blackpool needs a step up in quality and Talbot Gateway will provide this as a well-designed urban quarter of high quality architectural buildings linked by pedestrian-friendly streets and exciting public spaces and piazzas. We have a robust and comprehensive masterplan and we will be working tirelessly with the Council and ReBlackpool to bring about real change at the earliest possible opportunity.”

Jackie Potter, Executive Director Tourism and Regeneration, Blackpool Council said, “The Council is pleased to be working in partnership with a developer of AMEC stature. Their track record in delivering high quality developments means that Blackpool can look forward to something really special.

“Regeneration of the gateways into the town is identified as a priority in Blackpool’s Masterplan. Both the South and Central Gateways have already been transformed and today’s announcement moves us significantly nearer the regeneration of the Northern Gateway around North Station. This development will be another visible sign of the New Blackpool to be ‘a great place to visit –a better place to live’”

Concluded Bryan Gray, Chairman of the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) and the new Blackpool Task Force: “The gateway redevelopment is a vital part of Blackpool’s Masterplan to regenerate the town centre. With a £285 million investment there will be a significant increase in job creation providing further benefits to the local economy. The NWDA is committed to the ongoing economic development of the town and this project will be a centrepiece in ensuring a sustainable economy for the town and its inhabitants.”
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No, really, it won't be. Go in summer, you'll almost prefer it as you saw it.
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Yeah there is lots of great projects happening in Blackpool at the moment.
The Sea Defences are under construction at the moment, masterplaners were EDAW. It will be amazing when completed and the people playground will really finish it off.
Do you like AMEC's Talbot Gateway scheme? there is quite a large tower in that proposal. Possibly upto 20 storey, but it is only a masterplan at the moment.
Bammy do you like the above render? thats the councils new office. The idea is that you can see the tower through the glass facade at ground level when stood in the square.
Bammy, theres an animation that goes with that proposal. It shows a new tram line and public realm that will link the train station to the promenade.
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Yeah there is lots of great projects happening in Blackpool at the moment.
The Sea Defences are under construction at the moment, masterplaners were EDAW. It will be amazing when completed and the people playground will really finish it off.
Do you like AMEC's Talbot Gateway scheme? there is quite a large tower in that proposal. Possibly upto 20 storey, but it is only a masterplan at the moment.
Bammy do you like the above render? thats the councils new office. The idea is that you can see the tower through the glass facade at ground level when stood in the square.
Bammy, theres an animation that goes with that proposal. It shows a new tram line and public realm that will link the train station to the promenade.
I haven't seen much of Amecs scheme to be honest... I was hoping to do some work on it but it never materialised. Do you know where the movie is, or can you bung a copy in the post?
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