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'Protecting against a vehicle-borne attack' - student competition

Developed by the Home Office and the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, this student brief asks for design responses that mitigate the threat of vehicle-borne attacks in the area surrounding a large nightclub

Targeted at architects, landscape architects, engineers and urban planners as well as those from across the design disciplines, this project aims to draw attention to the issues of security and counter-terrorism in the process of designing places visited and used by the public.

Developed by the RSA, the Home Office and the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, the brief asks for design responses that mitigate the threat of vehicle-borne attacks in the area surrounding a large nightclub.

This project is open to undergraduates, postgraduates and those in the first year following graduation.

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