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Queen’s Award win for exporting world-class city shaping design
Weston Williamson + Partners’ masterplan for Arden Cross brings together the vision for a sustainable, smart and connected new destination with opportunities for employment, skills, learning and living. The masterplan will support HS2’s objectives acting as a catalyst for growth in the region.
Weston Williamson + Partners has received minded to grant planning approval for three private rental sector and one affordable social rented development in Merton, the first to be initiated by the Council’s new development company Merantun. A total of 93 new high quality homes will be built over sites across the Borough; each scheme responding to the individual characteristics of the site.
WW+P continues to build on its long-standing relationship with Southwark Council through our appointment to their new Architects Design Services Framework. The framework will be run by Southwark Council and LHC and used to procure approximately £10.5 million-worth of design services for Southwark over the next 4 years.
Despite an almost universal recognition of climate change and comprehensive public transport systems, the car is still by far the most popular way to commute in world cities, according to our new Commuter Satisfaction Survey.
The pace of change to our working environment as a result of COVID-19 over the last couple of weeks has been unprecedented. In these highly challenging and uncertain times we want to reassure you we are maintaining ‘business as usual’ to the best of our ability. Our leaders and technical teams have been working tirelessly to ensure this is the case.
WW+P has secured a place on the Network Rail Design Services Framework (DSF), in collaboration with multi-disciplinary consultant Pell Frischmann. The billion-pound framework runs for the next 10 years.
WW+P are runners up in an international competition to design a sustainable masterplan for London’s Low Line – a proposed linear regeneration of a series of 19th century railway viaducts running through Bankside, London Bridge and Bermondsey.
Sydney studio architectural graduate Victoria King is the recipient of this year’s prestigious RIBA Silver Medal. She was presented with the award by RIBA President Alan Jones and Lord Foster at a ceremony in London on December 3.
WW+P and Allies and Morrison are teaming up to deliver a strategic masterplan for Victoria, which supports job creation, housing delivery and a world class transformation of Victoria Station hub and its surroundings.
Planning permission and Listed Building Consent has been granted for our scheme at Fenchurch Street station, which will transform the Grade II listed building and its environs into a new destination for the City of London.
The theme of ‘Future Cities’ prompted some truly inspirational presentations from the panel of next-gen thought leaders from across the built-environment at the second of our Generator events on November 7.
A hand-drawn digital sketch of Deptford Church Street is our contribution to this year’s Article 25 fundraiser, which takes place at the Royal Institute of British Architects, Portland Place on November 18. The artwork has been created especially for the event by our associate Pablo Sanz Claramunt.
Our Head of Masterplanning Simon Catton led a walking tour around Bristol's Temple Quarter and Templemeads station environs for a group of investors and developers, part of a wider event exploring the city’s ambitions and opportunities organised by Bristol City Council, on Monday September 16.