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Competitions: editor's pick 03.04.15

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A green corridor on Singapore’s disused railway, Coventry’s new £26 million leisure centre and renewing government buildings on the island of Tristan. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority has launched an international competition to regenerate a 24-kilometre stretch of disused railway. The competition seeks proposals to boost pedestrian and cycle access to the former Keretapi Tanah Melayu railway which once connected Singapore’s central business district with neighbouring Malaysia. [Deadline for submissions 23 April]

Coventry City Council is on the hunt for an architect for a £26 million ‘destination water and leisure’ centre. Planned to open in 2019, the ‘iconic’ new structure will replace an existing council office block on a tightly constrained site next to the city’s Grade II*-listed Christchurch Spire. [Deadline for requests to participate 13 April]

The RIBA has launched an international competition to overhaul government buildings on the remote island of Tristan in the South Atlantic Ocean. The contest aims to create a ‘more self-sustainable future’ for the 270-strong island community which is also known as Edinburgh of the Seven Seas. [Deadline for entries 2 June]

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