The site is located in Brighton’s sandy beach area, where the main risks are the risk of flooding from extreme weather and possible impacts on the sandy beach and surrounding housing construction as sea levels rise. There are many listed buildings and facilities around the beach that need to be protected, and the flood risk that is expected to occur in 2050 proves that the flood protection function of Brighton Beach needs to be improved and transformed. It is expected that a more resilient urban landscape will be formed through the planting and planned growth of plants.
Site renewal through the spread and growth of mixed plants continuously consolidates sand and pebbles to resist coastal erosion and coastal drift problems caused by daily tides. Through the transformation of the lawn to increase the possibility of activities on the site, the increased beach plants bring the problem of flood risk protection and soil erosion protection of the site. Set up stone walls close to the shoreline to resist flooding and protect plants and grounds.