First look at OMA’s Commonwealth Institute scheme – Building Design

bdonline.co.uk reports

“OMA’s proposed luxury new build and refurbishment scheme for the iconic Commonwealth Institute in Kensington has been unveiled.’

read the full article @ [SOURCE: First look at OMA's Commonwealth Institute scheme - Building Design].

Marshalls release ‘Halt the Greenwash’ publication

Halt the Greenwash
A new publication aimed at raising awareness of false eco and ethical pledges within the landscaping industry

SOURCE: Marshalls

Crossrail announces Design Framework Agreements

“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 bidders are: Aedas Group Ltd, Atkins Ltd, BDP Ltd, Capita Symonds Ltd, Halcrow Group Ltd, Hyder Consulting (UK) Ltd, Jacobs Engineering U.K. Ltd, Mott MacDonald Ltd, Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd, Parsons Brinckerhoff Ltd, Scott Wilson Railways Ltd, and WSP UK Limited.”

[SOURCE: Crossrail].

Art in the Park – London 2012

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 eight artists were shortlisted. They were asked to submit their initial artwork proposals for the bridges and underpasses commission.”

[SOURCE: News – Art in the Park - London 2012].

Regeneration plan to boost Belfast

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 housing and 2,400 jobs in the office, retail, leisure, restaurant and hospitality sectors.”

[SOURCE: Belfasttelegraph.co.ukRegeneration plan to boost Belfast - Business News, Business]

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