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There’s a whole lot of work going on as the renovation and rebuild project on the pier really gets into its stride; by the time the structural work is finished there’ll be around 21,000 metres of new timber, 11 new structural piles and 500 deck beams and 200 lattice girders will have been replaced or restored.

You can see the changes – and the work as it happens
– for yourself via the live Pier webcam.

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Posted on Sunday August 31st

Inside the stripped out pavilion. ... See MoreSee Less

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Posted on Saturday August 30th

A view up into one of the domes in the pavilion. ... See MoreSee Less

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Posted on Friday August 29th

We've just had out World Host training certificates delivered to the hub, thanks to Coastal Communities and Sussex Coast College for delivering such great training. ... See MoreSee Less

Posted on Thursday August 28th

If you look closely you’ll be able to see that we are lowering the level of the central beam. The original pier had a camber on it to allow the water to flow off, but to make it easier to put the visitor centre on we are going to have a flat deck. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks

It is entirely due to the fantastic efforts of the Hastings Pier and White Rock Trust over the past five years that the ambition to restore Hastings Pier to its former, and future, glory has reached this stage.

A great deal of work, enormous local, regional and national support and very substantial financial awards have enabled this project to take shape. The following organizations have been, and will continue to be, vital to the economic health and success of this project: