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Competitions: editor's pick 07.11.14

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A new campus for UCL on the Olympic Park, overhauling Derry’s boathouse and an ideas contest for a disused fortress in Rome. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The London Legacy Development Corporation is on the hunt for an architect to masterplan a new campus for University College London on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Dubbed ‘University Quarter’, the 125,000m2 development will occupy two sites close to the ‘Olympicopolis’ district which is subject to a separate design contest [Deadline for requests to participate 24 November]

Derry City Council is seeking an architect for a £1 million overhaul of its Prehen Boathouse. The winning team will transform the ageing 1980s waterfront building into new council offices with storage and training facilities for local boat clubs planned to open in 2015 [Deadline for requests to participate 28 November]

An international under-35s ideas competition has been launched for a new leisure and cultural complex within Rome’s ruined Forte Portuense. Proposals for the 4200m² site must include artists’ studios, a gallery, theatre, hotel, kindergarten, senior centre, classrooms and sports areas. The top prize is £6,300 [Deadline for registration 19 January]

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