August 25th, 2017
BUJ Partner Freddie Heaf delivered a presentation on the cultivation and curation process for our award-winning Wickside scheme to a full-house at the NLA's Building Centre this morning. Cany Ash, a founding partner of Ash Sakula, delivered a further presentation focusing on Wickside's linear park, describing it and the heritage assets as 'two gifts for placemaking'.
Further presentations at the breakfast event included an Olympic legacy overview by LLDC's Hannah Lambert, a reflection on the design strategy of Fish Island Village by Haworth Tompkins Architects' Ken Okonkwo & a panel discussion including Neil McDonald, founding director of Stour Space and Hackney Wick & Fish Island Community Development Trust.
What a great start to the day at the @nlalondon breakfast talk and accompanying exhibition ☕ #NLAwards17 #nlalondon #breakfast #talk #exhibition #londonisopen #architecture #archilovers #madeinlondon
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We are delighted to announce that the LLDC Planning Decisions Committee has granted Wickside planning approval.
We would like to congratulate David Lenihan for passing his PDAP at the University of Greenwich and earning his ARB Part III qualification this week.
Congratulations to Steven on his promotion to Principal Technician & CAD Manager!