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Detailed design approval has been granted and construction has started on the new Barking Riverside station designed by WW+P. The station is part of the London Overground extension being built by a joint venture of MorganSindall Construction & Infrastructure and VolkerFitzpatrick.
Ickenham underground station went step-free this month, bringing the total number of step-free stations on the London tube network to 84!
Weston Williamson + Partners has been working with Transport for London supporting their step-free access programme since 2016, first delivering feasibility design and now working with Osborne and Arcadis on the delivery of 7 sites through detailed design and construction.
The Arden Cross masterplan moved one step closer with a £50million commitment from the UK Government. This piece of central government funding, set to be matched by a regional contribution of £45million will provide the financial backing for this important project to go ahead.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
WW+P has designed and completed 66 new homes on Camberwell Green for Peabody, 110 years after the housing provider commissioned an architectural design competition to build the historic Camberwell Green Estate.
The Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne has achieved a major milestone, with the project’s first tunnel breakthrough. Three massive machines called roadheaders – each weighing more than 100 tonnes – have met 300 metres underground after months of around the clock excavation.
WW+P has marked a decade of collaborative working at Paddington Station with the production of a new film about the flagship Paddington Integrated Project (PIP).
PIP brought together four separate projects: a new taxi facility as critical path enabling works for Paddington Crossrail; a higher capacity London Underground station to serve the reconfigured Circle Line; a new entrance from the north to all parts of the station serving demand from Paddington Basin, and the design and future-proofing of an over-site development.