Regeneration News in Brief: A Victorian pumphouse at Chatham Maritime marina ...

A Victorian pumphouse at Chatham Maritime marina in Kent has been restored by the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA). The building, which overlooks the 300-berth marina on the River Medway, originally pumped water from the dry docks allowing work to be carried out on ships' hulls. It fell into disrepair after the dockyard closed in 1984. Suggestions for its future use include luxury apartments, a restaurant and a marine clubhouse.

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