Piece Regen has been appointed to carry out a feasibility study to find a new future for the magnificent Stack Rock Fort that sits on a small island near Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.
Constructed in several phases between 1850 and 1871 as one of the many Palmerston Forts encircling the Pembrokeshire coastline, the Grade II* listed building has remained empty since it was disarmed in 1929. Now, as a specialist heritage-led regeneration company, Piece Regen has been asked to look at imaginative options for a sustainable future.
Piece Regen Managing Director Tim Morris said:
“Finding new uses for heritage assets requires considerable creative thinking, hard work and funding. We are currently working on the Royal Ordnance Depot near Daventry which was the munitions store for the Palmerston Forts which we are going to develop as the first UK Military Retirement and Care Facility. Stack Rock Fort needs similar out of the box thinking and we are delighted to take on the challenge!”
Piece Regen recognise that historic buildings such as Stack Rock Fort are very much a part of the community and they will be carrying out a public consultation exercise prior to applying for the necessary consents to provide a sustainable heritage-led future for Stack Rock.
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