With the Sussex Regatta in full swing, representatives from the Shoreham Society headed over to the Sussex Yacht Club to present the club and architects, ECD (Energy Conscious Design), with an award for the progressive and sympathetic design of their new clubhouse.

Jason Sutherland-Rowe spoke on behalf of the Society, praising the club and ECD for their engagement and collaboration with members and key stakeholders, the consideration given to the form of the building and its materials, and said the Society hoped future developers would learn from this example. In accepting the award the club thanked the Society for its input and reiterated how the early engagement with key stakeholders contributed to the building’s success.

Gerard Rosenberg and Jason Sutherland-Rowe from the Shoreham Society with Dan Jenkins from ECD, architect of the club house, and Tony Curtis from Sussex Yacht Club

Jason Sutherland-Rowe spoke on behalf of the Society, praising the club and ECD for their engagement and collaboration with members and key stakeholders, the consideration given to the form of the building and its materials, and said the Society hoped future developers would learn from this example. In accepting the award the club thanked the Society for its input and reiterated how the early engagement with key stakeholders contributed to the building’s success.

Afterwards the club provided refreshments and an opportunity for Shoreham Society members to tour the building. The Society is grateful to the club for their hospitality, especially during the busy Sussex Regatta weekend.

If you want to know more about what makes the clubhouse design progressive and sympathetic, Dan Jenkins from ECD gave an informative and entertaining talk at the Shoreham Society AGM last year.

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Last modified: November 22, 2023