Following conclusion of the 2 stage of ‘The Portsmouth Elephant Cage’, , a new Project Compass report, summarised the findings, and synthesising an alternative strategic design for Portsmouth’s Southsea common and its frontage has been published.
The international programme took research evidence from wide sources and case studies. The report examines and evaluates the sea defence proposals for Portsmouth’s Southsea common and found that a better solution having wider benefits was entirely possible and feasible and such an alternative is described and illustrated. The report also recommends actions forward to address the apparent shortfalls with the existing proposals.
The programme organised by Project Compass and our Dutch partners Architectuur Lokaal ran between Nov’16 and March ‘17.