Public space National panel design reviews

  • St Katharine Docks (1), Tower Hamlets

    14 March 2006

    Improvements to the public realm within London's St Katharine Docks, with three new buildings including a residential tower. Designed by Gaunt Francis Associates.

  • Mann Island (1), Liverpool

    11 January 2006

    Mainly residential scheme incorporating a 'winter garden', within a World Heritage Site and within the Albert Dock conservation area of Liverpool. Designed by Broadway Malyan.

  • 20 Fenchurch Street (1), City of London

    9 November 2005

    Office-led scheme with retail and public space, towards the edge of the ‘Eastern Cluster’ of tall buildings in the City of London. Designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects.

  • Thames Gateway National Park, London, Kent, Essex

    21 June 2005

    New national park in the Thames Gateway, promoted as a conceptual framework on which future masterplans for this area can be based. Designed by Terry Farrell and Partners.

  • Bowater House, Westminster

    22 November 2004

    Two residential buildings flanking a new public space in Knightsbridge, London. Designed by Hamilton Associates Architects.

  • Wolverhampton City Centre Core Expansion Project, Wolverhampton

    10 October 2004

    City centre scheme in Wolverhampton including retail, housing, a cinema and new public open spaces. Designed by Lyons + Sleeman + Hoare Architects.

  • New England Square, Brighton and Hove

    8 September 2004

    Forty- two storey tower, containing a hotel and residential space, next to Brighton station and a new public square. Designed by Allies and Morrison.

  • Wakefield Waterfront, Wakefield

    30 June 2004

    Masterplan for the regeneration of the historic waterfront area in Wakefield, adjoining the headland site of the proposed Hepworth Gallery. Designed by FaulknerBrowns.

  • 10 & 12 Rochdale Road, Manchester

    12 April 2004

    Two apartment buildings with ground-floor retail space and underground parking to frame a public square in Manchester. Designed by Jacobs Webber Architects.

  • Cranfields Mill, Ipswich

    29 January 2004

    Waterfront development with regional dance centre, restaurant, shops, offices and residential space in Ipswich. Designed by John Lyall Architects.