As a bit of a Springer builder
, these are a few of my thoughts...
The construction of the hull looks to be over complicated, with too many cross braces along the bottom of the hull.
I like the wheel-house, but make sure there is enough provision for a good 1"(25mm) coaming under the wheel house to stop water ingress.
I dont see any push knees in the pic, make these from something solid (3/4" (20mm) material) and make sure they are securely fitted to the hull, not just stuck to the bow / deck.
I'm assuming you have the blessing of the designer and / or the Pacific North West (PNW.. USA) group that came up with the original design.. before you start thinking of marketing someone's design as a kit?
If the kit comes to fruition, make the price in the region that a beginner (as the design was originally intended for) can afford.. ie: under $100, 100 UK pound's. There are glass hull's available, so you have to make the price competitive with the glass hull's.
I would go with Arrow5's suggestion and make the sides, bow and stern from 3/4" material.. Beginners are not known for their 'finesse' when it comes to boat handling and if the boat is to be used for football, thinner material may mean the boat ends up at the bottom of the pool.
In the instructions, give a History of the Springer and it's origins.. as well as links to this thread and also the RC Group's thread.