Waterside case studies
Seonyudo Park is an award-winning ecological park, created by the conversion of a former water treatment plant.
The Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project created a 5.8km landscaped green pathway that runs alongside the revitalised Cheonggyecheon stream in Seoul, South Korea.
Integrating three existing Victorian buildings in the heart of the resort to create an arts complex with national clout and local appeal.
Connecting a cultural icon with its surroundings by tackling the disjointed relationship between the De La Warr Pavilion, sea-front, town centre and other amenities.
Running a design and build competition for a pedestrian bridge with lessons on how to reach agreement on complex projects with multiple stakeholders.
Salford's flood prevention scheme uses open spaces for temporary water storage when levels get too high - showing that hard defences are not the only solution. Designed by Axis PED.
In the seaside town of Cleveleys, robust engineering and public art come together in a boldy-designed public promenade which protects the town from flooding. Designed by Wyre Borough Council.
A flood prevention scheme for South London's Quaggy River has brought a buried river back to the surface, with public parks and private gardens serving as floodwater storage areas.
By re-establishing a natural floodplain along the Ouse Valley, the Parks Trust is enhancing the landscape, increasing biodiversity and creating valuable protection from flooding. Designed by Hanson Quarry Products Europe.
At St Peter's Riverside, derelict land on the bank of the River Wear has been turned into an urban waterfront with a network of riverside walks. Designed by Wardell Armstrong.
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