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London’s developments have responded quickly to the growing concern of climate change. Maintaining a clear goal to produce sustainable communities and buildings is crucial if London is to fulfil its NetZero agenda. However, what materials are required to produce the most sustainable buildings? What design strategies need to be integrated into masterplans to mitigate their environmental impact?

This Project in Practice presentation will explore the regeneration of one of east London’s largest estates, the Gascoigne Estate and its transformation into a 15-minute sustainable neighbourhood. The redeveloped estate will see new housing set within a landscape-led masterplan to enable the neighbourhood to become largely car free and one of the greenest and most sustainable in the capital. At the heart of the development is a 1.25-acre park, connected to a network of smaller squares and green corridors, which promote walking, reinforce existing routes and engage residents through informal play and ‘edible’ landscapes. The scheme also includes community space and retail, commercial space.

With presentations from members of the design team including Barking & Dagenham council-owned regeneration company, Be First Regeneration, White Arkitekter and Civic Engineers, the session will cover various technical aspects of the project including;

Wider placemaking strategy
Use of nature based solutions
Modern methods of construction / modular design and materials

PROJECTS IN PRACTICE: NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS

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Event Type(s) Talks & Debates
Admission / Cost FREE
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