One of the Coal Line principle objectives is about catalyzing connections beyond the project itself so we hope the walk provided a useful platform to make new contacts across landscape, engineering, architecture and more. Below is a list of firms represented at the walkor that have expressed an interest in bidding.Should your studio not have the expertise required in all areas of the brief, we are encouraging groups to form and submit an collective expression of interest that cover all the bases required in the feasibility study. Friends of the Peckham Coal Line (FPCL) will not organise groups or accept bids for ‘sections’ of the feasibility.
Periscope, Burohappold, Tomato, JL Gibbons, Marks Barfield, Foster Lomas, SpaceHub, Interrobang, Untitled Practice, The Prince's Foundation, Wayward Plants, Land Use Consultants, Djao-RakitineLtd, HRW, Planning Lab , Daykin Marshall Studio, DSDHA, Open Space London, ALEKSA Studio, Douglas and King Architects, StrideTreglownLimited, HLM, Kinnear Landscape Architects, Curl laTourelle+ Head, Polymath Projects, Exterior Architecture, 5plusarchitects, Movement Strategies, Civil Engineers, Arup, Sustrans, LDA, HankDittmarAssociates, Lead Urbanism, AshSakulaArchitects, Civic Engineers,Fourth Street, MATT architecture, ParoseProjects, ReForm Architects, ElliotWood, Sarah Wigglesworth Architects, McDowell+Benedetti, alma-nac, erect architecture, Warhurst Bourne, Balmori Associates
We have not yet organised access to survey the site. This forms part of our ongoing conversation with Network Rail and will take place once we have appointed a team so as to best co-ordinate suitable dates and times.
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