Ignore the push for relevance and celebrate just being there
The first-year students at Kingston School of Architecture have been asked to end their year by considering the site of a disused boathouse on the River Medway, opposite the new development of housing by Countryside Properties and the historic naval dockyard. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and currently not accessible, except at low tide along the foreshore. I suspect this place is beautiful, although my own experience is limited to a distant view across the Medway ...
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