Meet the Memo Project Team Drop In Sessions on Portland

In October 2017 Jurassica and the Memo Project joined forces in a partnership with Eden Project International Limited to develop a world class visitor destination  on Portland .

Keen to inform the public at all stages of the planning and development the project team have arranged the following public drop in sessions on Portland during late September and early October 2018 giving the opportunity to meet the team, hear the latest on progress, be immersed in Virtual Reality, engage in community consultation and get involved.

“This is a first opportunity for many people to meet the team that has come together from Memo, Eden and Jurassica. We’re going to be talking about the vision for the project, opportunities for transport and access, jobs, education and training, and sustainability. Our community survey will be going live and we’re keen to capture as much as we can over the next few months.” Alison Smith, Deputy Project Director Memo, and former Project Director Jurassica.

Sat 29th and Sun 30th Sept
10am – 3:30pm Atlantic Academy – Osprey Quay, Lerret Road, DT5 1FN
Joined on Sat 29th 10am-12 noon by Sir Tim Smit, Co-founder The Eden Project

Sat 6th and Sun 7th Oct
10am – 3:30pm St George’s Church, Portland, DT5 2JP

Tim Smit – Co-founder Eden Project

A further public exhibition will be held in November before the submission of the planning application.
The community survey will continue running for the rest of the year and forms can be completed and submitted at Island Community Action’s offices in Easton.
Please see www.memoproject.org for more information about this amazing project.

2018-09-26T13:17:23+00:00 September 26th, 2018|Uncategorized, Weymouth and Portland News|0 Comments

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