Twickenham Riverside competition relaunched after Francis Terry scheme dropped

Francis Terry Twickenham

Residents saw off two attempts by classical architect

Richmond council has launched a second competition to find a design team for Twickenham Riverside in south-west London after original winner Francis Terry was removed from the scheme.

The competition was Terry’s first win after splitting from his father’s practice Quinlan Terry, which in the 1980s designed the neo-classical Richmond Riverside development two miles downstream.

But local residents banded together to rally against Terry Jnr’s design for a site on the Thames behind Twickenham’s Mary Wallace Theatre.

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