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Competitions: editor's pick 06.06.14

Seoul’s culture-led oil depot regeneration, Birmingham’s new urban extension in Langley and a skateboard arena for White Rock Baths in Hastings. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Seoul has launched an international contest to design a £16 million urban park on the site of a former oil depot. The project will create a new cultural destination recognising the industrial legacy of the 10 hectare site next to the South Korean capital’s World Cup Stadium [Deadline for registration 11 August]

Birmingham City Council is on the hunt for a masterplanner for a 273-hectare ‘urban extension’ near Sutton Coldfield. The development will host up to 6,000 new homes alongside amenities and sustainable transport links on former greenbelt land to the west of the A38 at Langley [Deadline for returning tenders 24 June]

Hastings Borough Council is seeking an architect to transform the subterranean White Rock Baths into a new skateboarding and BMX area. Opened in 1870, the disused health spa is next to dRMM’s £14 million regeneration of Hastings Pier which is due to open in 2015 [Deadline for expressions of interest 26 June]

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