Creating the Future Awards 2008

Creating the Future Awards 2008

The Creating the Future Awards 2008 have opened for entries. The awards celebrate achievement in the public, private and third sectors.

This is the Government’s national awards scheme for sustainable communities. This high profile event is an opportunity to showcase ground breaking work.

Each winner will feature on a state-of-the-art case study website which is being launched in 2008.

Applications must be submitted to the awards team by 5.00pm on 25th January 2008. The actual awards ceremony will take place on 5th June 2008.

Creating the Future Awards 2008.

Metro: Integrating Habitats. A design competition.

Integrating Habitats. A design competition.

Planning and stewardship › Land and development › Nature-friendly development › Integrating Habitats. A design competition.

Integrating Habitats calls for innovative, visionary design proposals that combine design excellence, ecological stewardship and economic enterprise.

Metro: Integrating Habitats. A design competition..

A walk in progress

A tour of the (more or less) finished sections of the new Greenway reveals that intentions have been met – and missed
There might as well be three Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenways. That’s how varied are the segments into which it’s divided.

Each was designed by a different landscape architect. The Greenway, as a result, is an instructive little anthology of three different design goals, three different attitudes toward public space in the city.

It wouldn’t be fair to make final judgments about the Greenway or how well, eventually, it will turn out. Chunks remain unfinished. There are four sites along its length where buildings are proposed. We don’t know yet which of these will be realized, or what they will look like.
more at the Boston Globe

Landscape architecture business continues to bloom

Despite a gloomy forecast that the national housing market will continue to slump, most top economists agree that Texas — The forecast is equally rosy for landscape architecture firms who report they are just as busy as or even busier than before
more at Fort Worth Business Press

2014 Games Village developers announced

Quintain, Kier Residential or Urban Splash line up for £245m Commonwealth Games scheme.

The £245m scheme, on the banks of the river Clyde, will include 1,500 residential units. Kier Residential and Quintain are understood to have expressed an interest in developing it.

Sources close to the scheme said Urban Splash’s plans for a 585-home development at nearby Bellgrove Street in east Glasgow could be used as a template for the village.
more at Building.co.uk

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