|Type||International Archit/Landscape Project Competition|
|RegDeadline||19 Sep 2007 GoogleCal iCal|
|19 Sep 2007 (Must be Received)|
|Eligibility||The team will need to be of sound financial standing and have considerable skills and experience|
The Council and its partners are launching a competition to appoint a team to re-design General Gordon Square and Beresford Square in Woolwich Town Centre. The re-design will play a key part in linking Woolwich Town Centre to the riverside developments to the north and Woolwich Common to the south. The Woolwich Squares site area includes over 1.2 hectares of public realm space at the heart of Woolwich Town Centre.
High profile project
The team will need to be of sound financial standing and have considerable skills and experience in:
- hard and soft landscape design
- environmental sustainability and sustainable design and construction
- strategy development and project implementation
- community consultation and facilitation
- landscape and town centre mangement
- town and transport planning.
This project will form part of the Mayor’s 100 Public Spaces Programme. The Programme aims to create or upgrade one hundred public spaces in London. It will demonstrate the difference improved public space can make, and the ways in which the highest quality designs can be secured without excessive expenditure.
Greenwich Council, Woolwich Regeneration Agency, Design for London & Transport for London
Not yet announced
Two-Stage (Pre-Qualification + Submission of tenders)
Winner: Design Commission
Other short listed teams: ￡2,500
Despatch of invitation to tender: 8th October 2007
Deadline for submission of tenders: 19th November 2007
Presentations and interviews: Week of 10th December 2007
Consultant appointed: Week of 14th January 2008