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Gingerbread City now open to visit at the V&A

December 7, 2018

Hosted by the Museum of Architecture and masterplanned by Tibbalds, The Gingerbread City at the V&A brings together the gingerbread creations of architects, designers, urban planners, engineers, and landscape designers with the aim of connecting the public with architecture in a festive exhibition. This year’s theme is ‘Future City’ seeking to create a city that Read more »

Tibbalds involved in four projects shortlisted for London Planning Awards 2019

November 30, 2018

Tibbalds is delighted to have worked on four schemes shortlisted for this year’s London Planning Awards 2019. The shortlisted projects include: King’s Crescent Estate, nominated for the Best New Place to Live award and for The Borough-led Projects Award – Tibbalds worked with Karakusevic Carson Architects to submit a ‘hybrid’ planning application for the regeneration Read more »

Gingerbread City 2018

November 27, 2018

“Roll up, roll up – your dough and your sleeves – the most magically edible city is coming back to town! This December, the Museum of Architecture will present Gingerbread City 2018, the most scrumptious and sweet city you can imagine!” Now in its third year, Gingerbread City is an annual celebration of place, intended Read more »

Go ahead for major Hackney redevelopment

November 13, 2018

New sports centre, school and homes project given green light   The London Borough of Hackney, advised by Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design, has been given the go ahead to develop a new leisure centre, secondary school and new homes on the site of the Britannia Leisure Centre near Shoreditch Park in London, N1. The Read more »

The Tibbalds Blog: August / September summary

October 15, 2018

Our blog regularly features thoughts and viewpoints from our team. In August / September, you may have missed:   Matt Shillito, Director at Tibbalds, explores some of the ramifications of the final version of the new NPPF.   In July we welcomed our first paid intern, Kieran Easton, as part of a new annual programme Read more »

We’re hiring Senior Urban Designers!

August 30, 2018

Are you interested in creating great places?  Do you want to extend your design experience of large-scale masterplans and regeneration projects? We’re expanding our team and have rewarding opportunities for urban designers to join our multi-disciplinary team.  Tibbalds is based in London Bridge.  We’re motivated by delivering high quality, meaningful design and successful place-making.  We’re Read more »

New promotions boost Tibbalds’ leadership team

August 7, 2018

Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design has announced three promotions, bringing two new Directors onto its board and further strengthening its management team. Katja Stille has been promoted to Director. She has been with the practice for 15 years, specialising in large scale masterplanning and urban design. During the time she has become a trusted advisor to her clients and leads the firm’s work on Homes Read more »

The Tibbalds Blog: June / July summary

August 1, 2018

Our blog regularly features thoughts and viewpoints from our team. In June / July, you may have missed:   Hilary Satchwell a Tibbalds board director and EOT director reflects on taking part in the Ownership Effect Inquiry, with the results and report – The Ownership Dividend – published by the Employee Ownership Association (the EOA). Read more »

Success at New London Awards 2018

July 5, 2018

Congratulations to all those involved in the five winning and commended projects for the New London Awards 2018! Tibbalds are delighted to have contributed to the success of a number of projects in four categories: Mayor’s Prize Winner: Kings Crescent Estate, N4 by Karakusevic Carson Architects for LB Hackney Housing Built Winner: The Bourne Estate, by Read more »

The Tibbalds Blog: May summary

June 1, 2018

Our blog regularly features thoughts and viewpoints from our team. In May, you may have missed:   Richard Crutchley recently presented an overview of London’s housing targets to the UDL event, ‘Increasing Housing Supply’.   Christian Lapper takes a closer look at Cody Dock: a long-forgotten dock, transformed from an industrial dumping ground to a Read more »

RIBA London Awards 2018: Winners Announced

May 18, 2018

Tibbalds are delighted to have contributed to the success of five of the winning projects in the London Region: The Bourne Estate, by Matthew Lloyd Architects Brentford Lock West Block E, by Mae White Collar Factory, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris King’s Crescent Estate Phases 1 and 2, by Karakusevic Carson Architects Kingsgate Primary Lower Read more »

The Tibbalds Blog: April summary

May 1, 2018

Our blog regularly features thoughts and viewpoints from our team. In April, you may have missed:   Claire Callow talking about the challenges at Thamesmead and also looking at the impact of regeneration on iconic music venues;   Richard Crutchley wondering why planning and regeneration isn’t better represented in pop music   Sarah Jenkinson looking Read more »

RIBA London Awards 2018: Shortlist Announced

April 18, 2018

Congratulations to all those involved in the buildings shortlisted for the RIBA London Awards 2018! Tibbalds are delighted to have contributed to the success of six of the shortlisted contenders: The Bourne Estate, by Matthew Lloyd Architects Brentford Lock West Block E, by Mae White Collar Factory, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Great Eastern Buildings, Read more »

Successful planning decisions for the Westbury Estate and Knight’s Walk projects for the Tibbalds CampbellReith Multidisciplinary team

March 27, 2018

The Tibbalds CampbellReith Multidisciplinary team are delighted that two projects we have been working on received unanimous approval at planning committee on the 20th March 2018. The two applications are the front runners in the ambitious Estate Regeneration programme being brought forward by Homes for Lambeth on behalf of Lambeth Council. Both schemes have been Read more »

Tibbalds shortlisted for Planning Awards 2018 – Planning Consultancy of the Year

March 13, 2018

Tibbalds has been shortlisted for Planning Consultancy of the year 2018, at the Planning Awards 2018, run by Planning Magazine in conjunction with Planning Resource and Placemaking Resource. Held annually to recognise excellence in planning, regeneration, economic development, urban design, sustainable development and community development. The Awards are attended by more than 300 industry professionals. Read more »

Our Design Code is a Finalist of the National Urban Design Awards.

March 9, 2018

Our Design Code for Northstowe is a Finalist of the National Urban Design Awards. Look at our animation illustrating our vision for a healthy place. The National Urban Design Awards are an opportunity to reach out to members and draw upon the best in emerging urban design practice from the industry, students, writers and their Read more »

Haringey Council inviting views on draft Tottenham High Road strategy

March 2, 2018

Tibbalds was appointed in 2017 to develop a strategy and delivery plan for Haringey Council, which sets out a host of ideas for improving the area. The strategy includes a wide-range of proposals designed to bring social, environmental and economic benefits, including restoring historic buildings; encouraging more people to shop and socialise in the area; Read more »

Successful Planning Permission Approved for Heston Health Centre

January 26, 2018

We’re delighted to announce that full planning permission has been granted by the London Borough of Hounslow for the development of a new health centre at Cranford Lane, Heston. The project, commissioned by Hounslow CCG, will transform primary care services and facilities serving almost 25,000 people in one of Hounslow’s most deprived areas. Tibbalds led Read more »

VeloCity wins Oxford to Cambridge growth competition

December 6, 2017

Tibbalds is thrilled to announce that the submission by VeloCity – a team including Jennifer Ross, Director of Tibbalds – has been selected as winner of The Cambridge to Oxford Connection: Ideas Competition by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) and Malcolm Reading Consultants. The competition sought inspirational visions for the future of development within the Read more »