We are incredibly excited to announce that we will be assisting with the delivery of two amazing projects from the start of 2020.
Greengage, along with PDP London architects, Macfarlane + Associates and Studio 4215 have won the international competition to develop an ecological vision for the Low Line.
The Low Line RIBA Competition, launched in July 2019, received eighty-two entries spanning thirty-five countries. It challenged teams to present a green and creative vision and strategy to underpin the future development of the Low Line.
The Low Line will open up a walkway that runs along the base of the railway viaducts through Bankside, London Bridge and Bermondsey with a mix of small and medium sized businesses. Greengage will be providing specialist input on Green Infrastructure, Social Value and Biodiversity.
We are also very pleased to be appointed as Sustainability consultants for Smithfield East & West Market buildings – the transformation of the Grade II-listed Smithfield Market into a mixed-use commercial, creative and cultural quarter.
This is part of the City of London’s vision for Culture Mile, which stretches from Farringdon to Moorgate. Other new developments on this mile will be the Elizabeth Line stations at Farringdon and Moorgate opening in 2021, the new Museum of London opening in 2024 followed by the Centre for Music.
(Main photo credit: www.lowline.london)