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Public realm improvements related to the Olympics, Tower Hamlets, London

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High Street 2012 is a programme of initiatives to encourage the A11/A118 (which is a key part of the Olympic and Paralympic Marathon route) from Aldgate East to Stratford, to become a focus for regeneration, community pride and the visitor economy in East London.

The London Borough of Tower Hamlets and its High Street 2012 partners (Design for London, London Borough of Newham, Transport for London, London Thames Gateway Development Corporation and English Heritage) are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced design-led multi-disciplinary team to undertake a vision study and strategy that will facilitate short and long-term benefits and public realm improvements along this strategic route for all communities. High Street 2012 will incorporate existing planned projects along the route into an overall coherent concept to develop an engaging public space that is a 'street for everyone'.

The multi-disciplinary consultant team needs to comprise of a range of specialists with key services including architectural, urban design and regeneration, project management, community engagement and stakeholder management.

Details: Daniel Fordham, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Anchorage House, Clove Crescent, London E14 2BG. Tel. 020 7364 2864. E-mail: daniel.fordham@towerhamlets.gov.uk. URL: www.towerhamlets.gov.uk.

OJEU code: 2007-283030-EN

Apply by: 11 January 2008

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