The Luton Gateway is one of a number of local delivery organisations set up across the UK in areas identified by the government as being in a prime position to deliver housing……The Luton Gateway has a target to deliver an additional 26,000 homes and 19,000 jobs by 2021.
EDAW AECOM, a leading design and planning consultancy, has been appointed to complete an infrastructure schedule, requirement model and delivery plan and to refresh the Integrated Development Programme (IDP). This will ensure that the appropriate infrastructure needed has been identified to allow the area to meet the required targets. Work is already underway and it is expected that the study will be completed by October 2009.
A new development in Brisbane’s West End is set to draw inspiration from the river city, with nearly an acre of waterscape and open subtropical gardens. Upon completion, Waters Edge will comprise two, eight-story residential buildings, surrounded by 4,000sqm of water-scaped grounds.
Landscape architecture firm EDAW AECOM says the position of the site provides the opportunity to translate the qualities of the river into a central feature of the design.
When it comes to buying basic essentials in downtown Oshawa, a trio of local teens recently learned that it can be like finding a needle in a haystack.
Megan Swift, Shaneh Fielding and Kaytlyn Sollows were among more than 60 young people who spent the past few months helping the Province of Ontario learn more about what’s right and what’s wrong with cities…….
In April 2009, The Architecture Foundation organised three roundtable debates to examine the nature of the dramatic economic and ecological challenges facing built environment practitioners. The debates were titled – AND NOW WHAT: Rethinking Spatial Practice During Crisis. The Architecture Foundation recently posted the video on Vimeo. Interesting to watch with many valid points to think about the built environment profession.
BAA yesterday unveiled the plans for the Foster+Partners designed Heathrow Airport Terminal 2 which will house Star Alliance airlines will provide an estimated 20 million passengers every year. The new £1 billion Terminal 2 will use 40% less carbon than existing Terminal.