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Housing National panel design reviews

  • Fulham Wharf, Hammersmith and Fulham

    22 November 2010

    A new supermarket, 472 homes in buildings up to 17 storeys, together with public open space. Designed by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands.

  • Tideway Wharf, Wandsworth

    10 November 2010

    A mixed-use development of six buildings between 12 and 20 storeys for 752 apartments, a hotel, retail, restaurant and café uses, and office space. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.

  • Pembury Circus, Hackney

    4 November 2010

    Redevelopment at Pembury Circus to provide up to 273 new apartments in buildings of up to 14 storeys. Designed by Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects.

  • 100 City Road, Islington

    4 November 2010

    Office-led mixed-use scheme including a 17-storey office building, together with residential and retail uses on Old Street roundabout in London. Designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.

  • Shinfield West, Wokingham

    11 October 2010

    Proposal for an extension to the west of Shinfield village of 1,200 new homes, with other retail, education, public and green space facilities. Designed by Barton Willmore.

  • Leamouth Peninsula (2), Tower Hamlets

    7 October 2010

    Redevelopment of the Leamouth peninsula in east London, including 1,706 new homes. Designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill.

  • Marine Wharf (2), Lewisham

    7 October 2010

    Revisions to the design for a mixed-use development of between 1 and 8 storeys in height for commercial uses, 532 new homes, and a new park along the route of the former Grand Surrey Canal, presented within the context of an indicative masterplan for six adjacent sites. Designed by Grid Architects.

  • Station Approach, Hoe Street, Walthamstow, Waltham Forest

    4 October 2010

    A mixed use development including two buildings of 10-13 storeys and 5-9 storeys for 85 apartments, a hotel, retail space, and public realm works. Designed by Rolfe Judd.

  • One Tower Bridge, Southwark

    1 October 2010

    A mixed-use development including 400 apartments, with retail and cultural uses, on a riverside site next to Tower Bridge. Designed by Squire & Partners.

  • Essex Wharf (2), Waltham Forest

    29 September 2010

    Proposal for 124 residential units in buildings of 5 to 7 storeys. Designed by Chetwoods Architects.