Fletcher Priest has been selected for two lots on the London mayor’s new £35 million Architecture and Urbanism framework; Lot 2 – Site Masterplanning and Development Feasibility; and Lot 6b – Over-Station Development and Transport infrastructure interface (Commercial).
The Architecture and Urbanism framework is a pre-approved panel of consultants, split into a range of categories across the built environment. It was set up by the Greater London Assembly and Transport for London to advise the city’s public sector on how to deliver the best quality building and design work. From over 1,100 submissions, 92 practices were subsequently appointed across the 14 categories. We have retained our position on the Site Masterplanning and Development Feasibility lot, on which we have been working for the past four years.
The panel can be used by London Boroughs, housing associations, mayoral development corporations and other bodies such as Network Rail.
Fletcher Priest’s Urban Design team will draw on their experience of working on London-based masterplanning schemes such as Romford, Stratford City, Silvertown Quays, and our London-wide TfL Arches project. They have also worked on a number of complex over-station developments, including Whitechapel, Northwood, and K1 above Knightsbridge station.