A New Vision for Sandwich
A New Vision for Sandwich is an exciting regeneration project. This includes various elements that have stemmed from the report ‘Which way for Sandwich’.
The annual calendar of cultural and social events has grown substantially over the past decade alongside the evolving hospitality and tourism sector.
Encouraged by this positivity and supported by outside funding, the Council is currently undertaking major projects, various elements of which are focusing on reinvigorating the 16th century Guildhall as a heritage asset to the town.
Plans are also in place to refresh the market place outside the Guildhall - design plans can be seen here and other elements include linking the towns attractions, the Quay for example, together more holistically to create an attractive, informative and historic draw for residents and tourists alike and in doing so will bring more jobs and prosperity to the town.
It is overseen by a board consisting of representatives from Sandwich Town Council, Dover District Council, Kent County Council, The Town Team, Historic England and Discovery Park.
This shows the commitment of local authorities and invested bodies.
The timing of this project is vital as Sandwich will hold The Open (Golf) in 2020.
This will be a hugely realised opportunity to relaunch and reengage with a significantly wider international audience who will utilise such an event to its maximum and will increase footfall to the town both before and after this pinnacle of the sporting calendar.
Other documents available from Sandwich Town Council
Sandwich Town Review and Design - Final Report and Masterplan by Rummey Design
Which way for Sandwich - a modern look at a historic town.
this report follows a period of study and consultation, March to August 2016
The Final Report is available at Sandwich Town Council Office
NEWSLETTER February 2018