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Architect Ginny Dalrymple has joined leading environmental consultancy SLR Consulting as a principal in its Bradford on Avon office
22 October 2011AJ ED
BioGen Power, with help from environmental consultants SLR Consulting, has secured planning permission for a new gasification plant in Doncaster. The facility will have a 120,000 tonne capacity which will generate 9.4 MW of electricity annually enough to power 20,000 homes.
10 August 2011AJ ED
The Waste and Resources Action Programme has reviewed de-packaging equipment for food waste in order to encourage more efficient food waste reprocessing. WRAP commissioned SLR Consulting to review available equipment which segregates packaging from food waste. The Review of Food Waste De-packaging Equipment was published on 4 August.
6 September 2012Sean Kitchen
[Images must be submitted before 1 November] Design charity Building Trust International has launched a photography contest focusing on contrasts in architecture
29 March 2001
London's Southwark council is stepping up its £1.5 billion masterplan proposals for Elephant & Castle with a trawl for more architects to ensure quality of design.
27 May 2004
18 April 2002Zoë Blackler
Southwark council has commissioned a new development vision for the regeneration of London's Elephant and Castle after pulling the plug on KP Architects' £1billion masterplan. Tibbalds TM2 is to produce a new plan for the area after the council pulled out of negotiations with developer Southwark Land Regeneration (SLR) last week. SLR won the bid to develop the plan in June 2000, which included designs by Foster and Partners, Ken Yeang, Benoy and HTA Architects.
29 April 2013
A new open structure façade system from Hunter Douglas, which incorporates a suspension system and is designed to provide a high quality architectural façade solution, has made its debut during January’s Architect@Work event in London.
13 January 2011Mark Hadden
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