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EDAW has revealed its masterplan for the revitalisation of Corby in Northamptonshire, which was launched at the House of Lords this week. The proposals, which have won the backing of Lord Rogers, include designs for five new hamlets by Clarke Associates, providing 28,000 new homes. The practice has designed these settlements to act independently with their own shops, services and schools, as well as part of a whole.

Regeneration company Catalyst Corby, which is behind the project, hopes to double the town's population to 100,000, refurbish its business centre, restructure the existing housing estates, develop business and technology parks, and improve the local transport infrastructure.

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