Neighbourhoods National panel design reviews

  • 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.

  • Aberfeldy New Village, Tower Hamlets

    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.

  • Swindon Gateway, Swindon

    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.

  • Salden Chase, Milton Keynes, Aylesbury Vale

    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.

  • West Linslade (2), Aylesbury Vale

    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.

  • Bognor Regis Eco Quarter, Arun

    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.

  • Greater Blackfriars Masterplan, Gloucester

    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.

  • Holland Park Urban Extension, South Holland

    5 October 2009

    Sustainable urban extension of up to 2,250 homes near Spalding. Designed by Barton Willmore.

  • St Stephen's Street Area, Norwich

    12 August 2009

    Outline masterplan for the development of the city centre. By Urban Initiatives.

  • New Brighton Masterplan (5), Wirral

    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.