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Competitions: Editor's pick, 02.08.12

A contest to design low-energy housing for Prince Charles, a new research centre for the Great Ormond Street Hospital

The Prince’s Foundation has launched a competition aimed at architects aged under 40 to design low-energy housing. Entrants are asked to draw up plans for joined properties, one a ground-floor shop and first-floor flat and its neighbour a two-storey townhouse. The winning scheme will be built and exhibited at the 2013 Ideal Home Show. There is a £5,000 prize for the winner. [Projects must be submitted by 11 September]

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity is looking for architects to design a £35 million research centre in Bloomsbury, London. Set to accommodate laboratories and offices in a 9,000m2 floor plan, the project is planned to begin in November this year for completion in 2018. [Requests to participate to be received by 23 August]

Cardiff Council is seeking a conservation architect to lead the redevelopment and renewal of Insole Court in Llandaff, Cardiff. The successful lead consultant will name a full design team for the 16-month contract; current value estimated at £300,000. [Expressions of interest to be received 15 August]

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