LDA Design picked for landscape regeneration of Thamesmead


Peabody appoints consortium featuring Project Orange

Housing association Peabody has appointed a consortium headed by LDA Design and featuring architect Project Orange to set out its plans for the regeneration of Thamesmead in south-east London.

The design, which will be called the landscape and green infrastructure strategy, will direct the transformation of Thamesmead’s waterspace, landscape and public realm.

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