Brighton and Hove are vibrant and popular places to live and visit, although one of its most popular attractions is also its greatest threat. Brighton seafront is threatened by erosion, flooding, and storm events which also has an impact on the site uses and activities. Observation and analysis of the coastline
Brighton and Hove’s vision should protect and cherish its heritage and culture while also improving its green spaces to create commercial and ecological opportunities for people to work in peace with nature.
Wind makes it difficult for trees and plants to thrive in Brighton, but the plant study suggests that several species of plants could grow on the shingle, in a saline environment, and were unaffected by the wind.
For the design proposal, the aim is to developed the area between the Maderia Terrace, Volks Railway, and the beach. The erosion and flooding can be established by creating Rosa Rugosa shingle vegetation. The shingle vegetation helps to achieve ecological habitat, coastal resiliency, and wind protection. The Rose Festival is also introduced which is dedicated to beauty and flowers, spring, and the aroma of the Rosa Rugosa. The festival includes flower picking, collection, parade, painting, dance, rose food stalls, and items.