Architect director Paul Mulligan took part in a London Festival of Architecture event to relive memories of New Covent Garden Market and see how new memories are being created.
The UK’s biggest, specialist flower and plant market has opened at its new home in Nine Elms, London giving its 21 world-class traders a more inspiring environment to trade flowers.
Plans have been submitted for a new Sixth Form Centre and Sports facilities at Lordswood Girls School in Birmingham.
Head of Birmingham studio Dan Smyth will take part in the Birmingham Development Forum at 12.30pm on Wednesday 7th October at this year’s UK Construction Week exhibition.
Plans have been submitted for 600 homes in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter. The £80m scheme will regenerate a six acre vacant site and former industrial works, and will be one of the largest residential developments the city centre area has seen in over a decade.
Resolution received to grant planning permission to deliver the landmark redevelopment of the 57 acre New Covent Garden Market site in Nine Elms, London.
As of Monday 22 September BDP’s Birmingham studio will be located at: 158 Edmund Street, Birmingham B3 2HB
Architects BDP and SOM, working with VINCI St. Modwen (VSM) and its partner Covent Garden Market Authority (CGMA) have submitted their Planning Application for the 57 acre regeneration of the New Covent Garden Market site in Vauxhall/Nine Elms, Central London.