Landscape practices among those appointed to London architecture, design and urbanism panel

A total of 14 landscape architect and multi-disciplinary practices have been appointed to the Greater London Authority's Architecture, Design and Urbanism Panel.

The panel, jointly run by the the GLA and Transport for London (TfL) includes 14 framework categories, including one for Public Realm and Landscape. 

The practices appointed are:

  • 5th Studio
  • Adams and Sutherland
  • Assemble Studio CIC
  • Burns + Nice
  • East Architecture Landscape Urban Design
  • Erect Architecture
  • Hassell
  • J & L Gibbons
  • Kinnear Landscape Architects
  • LDA Design
  • Metropolitan Projects (CI Lon Met Uni)
  • Muf Architecture/art
  • We Made That LLP
  • Witherford Watson Mann Architects

The practices can now be called upon to advise on public realm and regeneration projects run by GLA and TfL, the London Legacy Development Corporation, London boroughs, housing associations and other public sector organisations involved with the built environment.

In a statement the GLA said: "The panel represents the best of experienced and up-and-coming talent that have recognised and proven achievements in relevant fields and that are able to work collaboratively with complex stakeholder groups, poised to make a real difference to the future of London. 

"It will support delivery of the Mayor's regeneration programmes as well as other public sector full and part-funded projects and initiatives."

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