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Buschow Henley wins Lambeth Accord

Buschow Henley Architects has won a competition to refurbish a disability care centre in London

The project on Brixton Road will provide first-class facilities and Lambeth Accord Charitable Trust have set a target of excellent on the BREEAM environmental ratings scale.

The full winning team includes structural engineers Jane Wernick Associates, environmental engineers ZEF UK and cost consultants BPTW.

The competition received over 100 entries and the other three short listed teams were lead by Andrew Houlton Architects with Pierre d' Avoine Architects, Architype and Ash Sakula.

Jury member John Jenner of Greenhill Jenner Architects said: 'This project provides a major opportunity to create an important centre in London for disability groups, carers and the local community.'

The Buschow Henley team will now work with Lambeth Accord to develop the design and secure funding for the project.

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