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HS2 has incorporated feedback from the local community in its new designs for the Saltley Viaduct in Birmingham, which will take the B4114 over the HS2 railway line, the Grand Union Canal, the Birmingham and Derby rail line and the River Rea.
As part of the Balfour Beatty VINCI Design Joint Venture we have received Schedule 17 approval for a 150-metre section of viaduct carrying trains into Birmingham’s new Curzon Street Station, including a 25-metre-high truss which will create a new icon on the city’s skyline.
Climate change, environmental decline and global health are the most serious challenges of our time. At WW+P, we believe that as architects, we play a key role in mitigating and resolving climate change effects.
HS2 has revealed designs for the 150-metre section of viaduct as part of the approach to Birmingham’s new Curzon Street Station, including a 25 metre high truss which will create a new icon on the city’s skyline.
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.
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.
Baking Riverside is a brand new destination and sweet place to live, work and visit all conceived by Network Rail and Weston Williamson + Partners! This riverside community contains a train station, public square and housing ready to be used by hundreds and thousands of commuters each day.
WW+P achieved a double planning consent in November for our latest projects in Southwark Council’s New Homes programme. As a Southwark-based studio we are proud to have been responsible for the design of ten projects across the borough. Together these schemes will contribute 373 homes towards the Council’s target of 11,000 new homes by 2043. 246 of these homes are currently under construction with the remainder out to tender.
Two of WW+P’s projects have been featured in the NLA’s latest research paper “Local London: Post-pandemic recovery”. The paper investigates London’s flexibility and adaptability, looking ahead at how high streets and town centre are changing to integrate a new mix of uses, enhance public realm and improve infrastructure.
The Public consultation for the Ebbsfleet Central masterplan is underway. This is a significant milestone for the project following Ebbsfleet Development Corporation’s acquisition of the land in October 2019, and signals the first steps in the process of delivering Ebbsfleet Central.