Margate, Kent is a seaside town of about 60,000 in the southeast of Britain. A fishermen’s village since the 1200s, it was transformed into a luxurious Victorian holiday resort in the late 1800s, following the construction of the southeastern railway line. The distinctive architectural style and city footprint of Margate still reflect the fancy Victorian period to this day, but the town also went through a phase of significant social and economical degradation during the last decades of the 1900s. However, Margate is now undergoing an intense process of regeneration which initiated when Turner Contemporary was inaugurated in 2011 and was boosted when its historical amusement park, Dreamland, reopened in 2015. Margate’s current regeneration process permeates all layers of the community and offers outstanding opportunities for socio-cultural expansion and sustainable business developments.