OCA have enjoyed spending the past four days with the people of Kincardine, working alongside our team of architects, landscape architects, designers, artists and development experts to gather together local people's thoughts on how to improve the town. Yesterday we held an exhibition at the community centre as a first look at what can come out of the charrette process.
It's been great to see the community get so engaged and we're hopeful that this can lead to future improvements. There have been lots of suggestions including de-trunking the North Approach Road that currently forms a barrier across the town, and creating new physical and visual connections to the waterfront.
The charrette, organised by Coalfields Regeneration Trust, was led by our team including Kevin Murray Associates, Wave Particle, HarrisonStevens, Context Economics, Colin Ross Workshop and John McIlhagger Associates.