Neighbourhoods National panel design reviews
7 October 2010
Redevelopment of the Leamouth peninsula in east London, including 1,706 new homes. Designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill.
10 September 2010
Proposal for the redevelopment of the Aberfeldy Estate, including 1,153 new homes in 14 buildings ranging in height between 2 and 25 storeys. Designed by Casey Fierro Architects, Maccreanor Lavington and Farrer Huxley Associates.
11 August 2010
A mixed-use urban extension comprising up to 960 new homes, community uses, a primary school, an extension to the Great Western Hospital site, and public open space. Designed by Barton Willmore.
10 June 2010
Proposals for a sustainable urban extension for up to 5,311 new homes, together with employment uses, utilities and renewable energy infrastructure, recycling centres, a supermarket, retail, financial and professional services, restaurants and cafes, small-scale commercial uses, a Thames Valley Police one-stop facility, library, health facilities, leisure and other community uses, primary schools and one secondary school, multi-functional green infrastructure, wildlife areas, woodland, allotments, water drainage networks, and highway and public transport infrastructure. Designed by David Lock Associates.
1 June 2010
Proposals including 900 new homes, commercial uses, a primary school, health centre, and other leisure and community uses. Designed by Barton Willmore.
2 December 2009
Outline application for a mixed-use development including 2,500 new homes, business, education, retail, leisure and recreation uses, health andcommunity uses, and open space. Designed by Atkins.
26 October 2009
Masterplan for the Greater Blackfriars area to include new office space, cultural facilities associated with Blackfriars Priory, a four-star hotel, and a new public square. Designed by Fielden Clegg Bradley.
5 October 2009
Sustainable urban extension of up to 2,250 homes near Spalding. Designed by Barton Willmore.
12 August 2009
Outline masterplan for the development of the city centre. By Urban Initiatives.
6 August 2009
Reserved matters application for commercial, leisure and tourism facilities, new public realm and upgraded marine lake. Designed by Falconer Chester Hall Architects, S&P Architects, and Planit.