In 2005 PDP completed the designs for the conversion of the old stables block of Southwick House to become the Royal Military Police Museum. The success of the museum and its ever expanding collection of artefacts and military vehicles mean it requires space to expand.

PDP are currently working with the RMP Trust to realise their vision of enclosing the courtyard space outside the museum building with a lightweight structure which can both expand floor space and house vehicles currently not on display.

Given the historic nature of the site and its location as the HQ for the D-Day Landings operations, the scheme has had to be sensitively dealt with and this has involved ongoing discussions with English Heritage which has resulted in a design which is now being progressed in preparation for a planning application later this year.

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