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Stimulus investment is a professional opportunity but also an opportunity to consider our civic responsibility in supporting shared and sustainable prosperity through infrastructure design and delivery. If public transport is essential infrastructure, in this moment of exacerbated inequity, can investment broaden to include affordable housing as essential infrastructure?
A multi-disciplinary team from Ryerson University, York University and University of Toronto are the first Canadian team to win the prestigious Urban Land Institute / Gerald D. Hines Student Design Competition. Supported by Weston Williamson + Partners Senior Associate Raymond Lee as Professional Advisor, the team comprising of Frances Grout-Brown, Leorah Klein, Yanlin Zhou, Ruotian Tan and Chenyi Xu took home the top prize out of 105 entries from 61 universities to win this year’s contest.
To say the effect of the pandemic on aviation has been significant is somewhat of an understatement. At the peak of the shutdown, global air traffic was down 94% against the same period in 2019 with about two thirds of the world’s commercial aircraft parked or in storage. The effect on London has been dramatic with Heathrow closing all its terminals apart from T2 and T5 and the airport’s controversial expansion plans now looking uncertain.
In this short film Founding Partner Chris Williamson examines the role the railways played in shaping the City of London beginning in 1836 with the new Greenwich to London Bridge line and taking a journey through this significant period of rail development.
The Bristol Temple Quarter and St Philip’s Marsh regeneration programme ambitions have been revealed in a new vision with sustainable homes, jobs, and a refurbished Bristol Temple Meads station at its heart.
Southwark Council has appointed the team of architects who will design plans to transform the Currys PC World site on Old Kent Road into hundreds of news homes, as part of one of London’s largest regeneration schemes.
Network Rail has appointed a Mott MacDonald led design team for the Edinburgh Waverley Masterplan. The team features architects Weston Williamson + Partners and LDN Architects, with additional support from Gillespies, Balfour Beatty, Story Scotland, Siemens, Lichfields and SIDOS UK.
Following public consultation, HS2 has revealed new designs for two viaducts near the village of Water Orton in Warwickshire, including new landscaped areas that will provide green public spaces and wildlife habitats.
Founding Partner Rob Naybour shares our proposals for remapping HS2 in Manchester at Place North West’s Transport and Infrastructure panel on November 16. The proposals focus on the change from a terminus station to a through station aiming to incorporate Northern Powerhouse Rail.
Since 2016 we have been supporting Southwark Council in the delivery of their New Homes programme. Working across the borough we are designing and delivering high quality homes at every size and scale, supporting Southwark’s Fairer Future initiative.
WW+P is pleased to announce the opening of a new Studio in Manchester’s St Peter’s Square. The new studio in central Manchester marks the next step in our journey in the region which started over 15 years ago.
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.
It is increasingly important to update our current housing stock as it will account for 85% of that in 2050 according to the CIOB. The social rented sector should be a priority as 17% of English households live in affordable homes (CIB). Figures show that these people have been disproportionately affected by Covid-19 and other health issues due to poor ventilation, refuse strategies, damp and overcrowding.