Royal Docks Ideas competition


London polgármestere és Newham kerület támogatásával a brit Táj Intézet és az Ecobuild eseménysorozat közös kiírást tett közzé The Royal Docks Ideas Competition néven. Az ötletpályázat célja, hogy olyan innovatív tervezési javaslatokat gyűjtsenek össze, amelyek a Royal Docks területét egy multifunkcionális, élhető helyé alakítják át.

Royal Docks Ideas competition - leadás
2014. január 06. - 17:00, hétfő

Comprising three docks in East London - Royal Albert Dock, Royal Victoria Dock and King George V Dock – the Royal Docks is the largest enclosed docks in the world with a water area of nearly 90 hectares.

The judging panel want entrants to incorporate green infrastructure and water sensitive design ideas into their proposals in an effort to make the area more resilient against environmental, social and economic challenges, and to transform it into a world class location.

Download the brief for the competition here.

To enter the competition, click on the link below and you will be given a unique reference number, to be incorporated into your submission.


The judging panel includes Sue Illman, President of the Landscape Institute; Thomas Lane, Group Technical Editor, Building & Ecobuild; Ric Blakeway, Deputy Mayor of London (Housing, Land and Property); Peter Barbalov, Partner, Farrells; Victoria Thornton, CEO of London Open City and Colm Lacey, Head of Regeneration, London Borough of Newham. The winners will be announced at Ecobuild on the 5th March 2014.

The winner will receive £2,000 and there will also be a second prize of £1,000 and four runner up prizes of £500 each. The top 20 designs will be exhibited at Ecobuild, which takes place from 4 to 6 March 2014 at the Excel Centre.

The competition is open to all individuals and teams. Entrants should not be constrained by restrictions including current planning law and land ownership issues. The design ideas should innovate, inspire and challenge, but entrants are encouraged to consider the practicalities of realising their scheme.

The deadline for submissions is 5 pm on Monday 6 January 2014.

PLEASE NOTE: Charles Darwin House is closed between 24 December and 1 January and will reopen on Thursday 2 January. Please take these dates into account when delivering your submission as no entries will be accepted between those dates. It is best to advise couriers not to deliver on these dates if you are not delivering your submission in person or using Royal Mail services.

The Landscape Institute does not accept any responsibility for submissions that are late, lost, mislaid or damaged by Royal Mail or other delivery companies. It is recommended that entrants make two copies of their submission, one for their records and one to be sent by recorded delivery or with a reputable courier.