The Longwood Hub project is a strategic masterplan, tourism strategy and museum concept for the grounds and surrounding area. The island of St Helena is a remote British Protectorate located in the South Atlantic Ocean, notable as the place where Napoleon Bonaparte was imprisoned by the British in 1815. His last remaining years were spent in exile at Longwood House, where he died in 1821. The concept proposes a new land art installation around the Longwood four mile wall, tourist facilities, interpretation centre & physic garden built on the footprint of Longwood New House. The work is being undertaken in close consultation with Michel Dancoisne-Martineau, the French Consul on St Helena.