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NLQ cover stars

A fabulous four from LDA Design's London studio made the cover of NLQ, the New London Architecture quarterly magazine. They talked about red lines, urban ecosystems and what it takes to shape London's landscapes, from Battersea Power Station to Strand Aldwych and everything in between and around.

A Deansgate for all

LDA Design has been appointed with Mott Macdonald by Manchester City Council to lead the reshaping of Deansgate, the main route through central Manchester and one of the city’s most historic streets.

Farnborough Civic Quarter success

LDA Design's masterplan for a new civic quarter for the Hampshire town of Farnborough has secured outline planning permission from a unanimous Rushmoor Borough Council.

Success on Mayor’s new A+U framework

LDA Design has been chosen to join a new Mayor of London Architecture + Urbanism framework devised to help diversify architecture and design in London and to build a better, greener, more sustainable city for everyone.

Go ahead for Coypool Park

Plymouth City Council has granted outline planning permission for Coypool Park, a flagship Homes England development on the site of a former china clay drying works.

LDA’s new bursary award winners

It's that time again when we get to announce the five winners of LDA Design's bursary competition. This year's theme was forgotten places - the kinds of spaces long overlooked by everyone. How could they meet local needs? The ideas were surprising and wide ranging.

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