When Gwynedd Council and partners commissioned LDA Design to come up with a new masterplan for Bangor’s city centre, we knew that the plan had to ensure the oldest city in Wales, and one of the UK's smallest, was made resilient so that it could face the future with confidence.
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Living in the Landscape is a blueprint for how natural systems can change lives for the better in Thamesmead. The just-launched report sets out an ambitious programme to ensure Thamesmead is more biodiverse, sociable, healthier and inclusive.
The rejuvenation of Whitfield Gardens in central London is now complete, marking further significant progress in Camden Council’s West End Project with LDA Design. The redesigned garden forms part of the biggest council-led public realm and transport scheme Camden has ever seen.
A new LDA Design masterplan for Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle has been endorsed by Liverpool City Council. It could lead to a new train station, a reinvigorated central community space and a public park for the 21st century.
What does a rooftop garden in Oxford, a masterplan for a new destination in Kaliningrad inspired by Kant’s Rules for Happiness and the recovery of Aberdeen’s most important green space have in common?