European Landscape Convention

December 15, 2008,AEDT

Landscape Institute(UK) reports “The Government ratified the ELC in November 2006, it came into force on the 1 March 2007 and Defra, Natural England and English Heritage produced a Framework for Implementation in England in October 2007. If you would like to register interest in participating in a workshop please | Read More

Crossrail announces Design Framework Agreements

December 10, 2008,AEDT

“Crossrail today announced the 12 firms who have secured Design Framework Agreements. The chosen firms will have the opportunity to compete for packages of design work on the Crossrail project, including work on tunnels and shafts, stations, and railway systems. Following an evaluation of all the received bids, the successful | Read More

Art in the Park – London 2012

December 10, 2008,AEDT

London 2012 reports “Martin Richman and Jason Bruges Studio, both based near to the Park, have been chosen for the first arts commission. They will develop ideas for a series of new bridges and underpasses being built on the Park. Over 250 artists expressed an interest in the works and | Read More

Regeneration plan to boost Belfast

December 9, 2008,AEDT

Belfast Telegraph reports “An Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) on the draft regeneration plan for the west side of Belfast city centre has been launched by the Minister for Social Development. Margaret Ritchie said the masterplan had the potential to deliver over 300 residential units, of which 20% will be affordable | Read More

The £700m Quay to the future – News

December 9, 2008,AEDT

Scotsman reports “A MARINA, five hotels, hundreds of flats and a new home for The Royal Yacht Britannia all feature in the latest plans for the regeneration of Leith Docks.Forth Ports has today released the first detailed plans of a £700 million scheme, which will herald the largest expansion of | Read More

Harbour masterplan bid to boost town

December 7, 2008,AEDT

A MULTI-million-pound masterplan to revitalise Maryport harbour and the town has been launched. International firm DTZ, responsible for the transformation of Whitehaven harbour, has been employed to create a 10 to 20-year programme of development to help turn Maryport around. SOURCE: Times & Star. View Larger Map

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