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Weston Williamson + Partners and Allies and Morrison have submitted the outline planning application for the Ebbsfleet Central East masterplan, on behalf of Ebbsfleet Development Corporation to deliver a transformative development in the Thames Gateway. Ebbsfleet Central East, comprising of three parcels, Northfleet Rise, Station Gardens and River Park, will break ground on a distinctive civic and commercial heart for Ebbsfleet, providing 2,100 new homes, up to 100,000 m² of office space and up to 10,000m2 of retail space.
Masterplanning at Stations forms part of Network Rail’s new design guidance manual suite, and is the first ever strategic guidance document produced by Network Rail with a dedicated focus on masterplanning projects across the UK rail network. We were privileged to work with Network Rail to produce the guidance, applying our design skills, masterplanning expertise and policy experience to bring a fresh, holistic and design-focused approach to the project.
WW+P is committed to designing buildings that make a meaningful contribution to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and support our clients Net Zero ambitions. When I was approach by Prof. Ahmed Hagras from UWE Bristol about working with some of their placement students, I felt this was an excellent opportunity for collaboration, and to test new tools to aid the practice’s design process.
Join Senior Urban Designer Constance Desenfant at the NLA’s co-creating equitable places conference on October 14. This half day conference brings together experts from across the build environment profession to explore the challenges of London’s public space and ignite the debate of ‘how do we make London an inclusive city for all’.
Our Paddington Elizabeth Line Station has been shortlisted for another award! This shortlisting in the New London Awards Transport and Infrastructure category recognises the way this station has supported transformation and growth in Paddington, and celebrated the old and new through a sensitive station design.
The Bristol Temple Quarter and St Philip’s Marsh regeneration programme has been awarded £95 million funding by the UK government’s Levelling Up fund.
The Temple Quarter Masterplan developed by WW+P will deliver up to 10,000 homes and 22,000 jobs in a series of new sustainable and inclusive communities at the heart of one of the UK’s most productive and fast-growing city regions.
We are delighted to be a finalist in 2022 Building Design Architect of the Year Awards for Public Building Architect of the Year. This award reflects our practice’s aim to create and connect sustainable places for people, evidenced across our global work.
The NLA’s latest report delves into the vision, purpose and challenges that have been faced throughout the ongoing development of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and its surrounding areas from the moment London won its Olympic bid in 2005 to today and looks ahead to what is still to come.
The London Borough of Waltham Forest has
appointed a design team to produce a Development Framework for Walthamstow Town
Centre. The design will provide opportunities for significant numbers of new
homes, commercial, community and social infrastructure alongside futureproofing
and enhancing public transport infrastructure.
The new London Overground station at Barking Riverside has opened to the public. As well as representing an important extension of London’s transport network, the station is a key element in the development of Barking Riverside as one of London’s largest new neighbourhoods.
We are thrilled to announce that the Project HEART Consortium have been selected as one of the winners of the 3 year Innovate UK Future Flight Challenge Phase 3 programme. This £10m project will continue the world-leading development of technological, operational and sociological innovations started within Project HEART Phase 2 under the Future Flight programme.
Everyone at Weston Williamson + Partners is extremely proud to see our two Elizabeth Line stations at Paddington and Woolwich opening to the public. It has been a privilege to be part of London’s largest infrastructure project in decades, and it will be fascinating to see how these hugely significant projects are received by passengers and the general public to whom they now belong.