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 Tuesday October 21st

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Posted on Monday October 20th

A short animation by Fleur Donnelly-Jackson telling the story of how a community came to own their famous pier.

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A short animation telling the story of how a community came to own their famous pier. It took them four years and some very specific actions to gain ownership, including…

Posted on Sunday October 19th

For those of you who didn't see the barge arrive last month I've just found a film of it on youtube.

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Hastings Pier reconstruction: Huge crane arrives by sea to remove ruins of pier ballroom ready to refurbish the pier after the previous pier structure was al...

Posted on Saturday October 18th

Some pics or our very popular science show at the white rock theatre. All happening while the last bits of the back of the ballroom were getting demolished. (4 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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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: