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South Bank group to launch second regeneration project

The South Bank Employers’ Group (SBEG) is to launch a second major competition to overhaul the area behind London’s Waterloo Station

Called the Lower Marsh Area-based Scheme, the project will focus on making Lower Marsh and surrounding streets such as Westminster Bridge Road safer, more accessible, better connected and more attractive to residents, employers and visitors.

The new competition follows the proposed Waterloo City Square project, which was won by DSDHA last month. The firm proposes redesigning the street layout in and around the IMAX roundabout, Waterloo Road and Waterloo Station.

A spokesperson for the SBEG told the AJ that a competition will be launched within the next four weeks.

SBEG was appointed by Lambeth Council in November 2008 to appoint a design team to carry out the improvements. 

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