A Food Cluster for the Low Line?

5 March 2020

We recently brought together more than 50 people from local businesses and organisations at the Hop Exchange in Bankside to explore the emergence of a cluster of food-related businesses in and around the railway viaduct of Bankside, London Bridge and Bermondsey.

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A new Green Vision for the Low Line - RIBA competition winner announced

8 January 2020

PDP London architects’ ‘Low Line Commons’ wins RIBA international design competition to deliver a green strategy along the path of London’s historic railway arches

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A Green Vision for the Low Line - competition shortlist announced

4 November 2019

One of the five shortlisted entries into the design competition

The waiting is over! View the five shortlisted entries in this international design competition to develop a green and creative vision for the Low Line - we'd love to know what you think.

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International design competition launched to develop green and creative vision for Low Line

8 July 2019

Ewer Street rain garden

Better Bankside and the Low Line Steering Group, working with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) have launched an international design competition to develop a green and creative vision for the Low Line. The competition is supported by Lund Trust, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin.

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Friends Roundup #1

26 May 2019

Some 65 people from the local business and residential communities in Bankside, London Bridge, Bermondsey and Elephant and Castle attended the inaugural meeting of the Friends of the Low Line on 1 May 2019 on Scoresby Street.

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Listen to the Low Line: Musicity

Launching from 1 June 2019 as part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, Musicity will work with musicians and sound artists each responding to 15 locations along the railway viaduct that forms the Low Line, and has been a part of Bankside, London Bridge, and Bermondsey’s heritage for over 150 years.

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