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We are delighted to announce a number of promotions in our UK and Canada Studios in recognition of contribution to projects, our studios and exemplar service and support to our clients and collaborators.
A major redevelopment of Hartlepool Station is on track after securing £12m of government funding.
The station's redundant second platform will be brought back into use and a new footbridge and lifts installed. Work is due to begin later this year with the new platform to be open for when the Tall Ships regatta is held in the town in June 2023.
Join Carlotta Jansen on March 31st as she shares insights from our work for Southwark Council on the Bells Garden Estate. This NLA webinar explores projects that work together with the community to create meaningful new places.
Violence against women and girls has become a very important topic in the last year when it comes to gender equality and inclusivity. Sarah Everard’s and Sabina Nessa’s awful deaths, which led to several protests, sparked a social movement around women’s public safety putting this problem once again in the spotlight. These two deaths were traumatising for many women, because they showed that women and girls are still much more vulnerable than men when they walk through urban areas and it highlighted how unsafe the streets can be or feel.
Join Rob Naybour, Founding Partner, and Raffaela Rospo, Senior Associate from Weston Williamson + Partners to learn more about how the station has been designed as a bright and easy to navigate space, with design elements inspired by the historic Brunel and Wyatt mainline station.
The Innovation for Inclusive Cities award recognises projects that offer innovation and originality in understanding and proposing theory or design for inclusive and sustainable cities at different scales. It is open to all students on the University of Westminster MA Architecture 1 year course 2020/21.
Balsall Common Viaduct is a Key Design Element located just outside the built-up part of Balsall Common. It is a hugely challenging structure, with implications for its community and the landscape, and a number of significant constraints.
Bruichladdich Distillery has secured £2.65m of funding from the Green Distilleries Competition to decarbonise their distillation process by 2025. The funding, from the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial strategy Net Zero Innovation Portfolio, will allow Bruichladdich and their energy partner Protium to install innovation hydrogen combustion technology to heat the stills, removing a major contributor to the distillery’s overall carbon emissions.
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.
A major milestone was reached at Arden Station with the final segment of the station entrance arches landing. The 15 arches, lined with over 100,000 hand laid bricks, comprising a total of 45 segments, are now in place.
The station entrance arch design is grand in scale and reflects Arden’s rich industrial history. The choice of brick is evocative of a past era at Arden where bricks were once manufactured.