Introducing our five bursary awardees for 2023 and the sparky ideas that would transform their college campuses. Great to see so much talent in the future of our professions. Well done, everyone.
If you want things to change,
you need a voice that carries.
The second National Infrastructure Assessment (NIA2) – a five yearly review conducted by the National Infrastructure Commission – sets out a programme of transformation for the country's energy, transport and other key networks over the next 30 years. As a member of the National Infrastructure Commission, LDA Design’s Alister Kratt has been involved in the preparation of the report and in its focus on Transformative Design.
Maritta Boden joins LDA Design as a director of Environmental Planning, with a focus and expertise in strategic landscape masterplanning and Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment for infrastructure projects.
Historic England has chosen LDA Design to lead a team to prepare a visionary masterplan for Fort Cumberland on Portsea Island, one of the finest examples of 18th century, pentagonal-shaped bastion forts in England. It is a fascinating site with untapped potential. Some of our most ground-breaking scientific research into historic artefacts happens within its walls.
Ridley Place is the first street to complete in Newcastle City Council’s major investment into the city centre’s public realm. Others to follow in this LDA Design-led project include the city's main thoroughfare, Grey Street.
Plans have been submitted for a well-connected and lively new piece of city in Cambridge on the site of the Beehive Shopping Centre. Generous public realm by LDA Design includes beautiful water gardens.