Client: GT3 Architects
Location: Hartlepool, County Durham
Construction Value: £60m
Jacksons Landing, is a five-acre site on Hartlepool’s marina that has stood empty since 2004 and is identified for ‘transformational development’ in the Hartlepool Regeneration Masterplan. It has the potential to create new landmark buildings and a public realm that will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the town.
Working with GT3 architects, OOBE has developed a landscape masterplan for an impressive waterfront regeneration scheme. This tourism-led, mixed-use project aims to become a key destination for the area.
Transformational masterplanning to create a tourist-led destination of regional and national significance
Placemaking principles draw on the local historical and cultural context, and its marine setting. Pedestrian and vehicular routes connect to the wider surroundings and provide permeability within the site.
The array of welcoming external spaces created, alongside a calendar of events, will animate the location to become a major visitor destination of regional and national significance.