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Competitions: editor's pick 20.02.15

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Cardiff University’s new student union, a £2.5 million bridge in Bath and East Sussex affordable housing. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Cardiff University has launched a design competition for an ‘iconic’ addition to its student union. Planned to complete by 2020, the ‘Centre for Student Life’ is the first phase of a £700 million campus redevelopment masterplanned by RMJM-offshoot mosescameronwilliams [Deadline for requests to participate 9 March]

Bath and North East Somerset Council has launched an international design competition for a new ‘simple and elegant’ £2.5 million bridge. Dedicated to pedestrians and cyclists, Bath Quays Bridge will be the first new crossing over the River Avon in Bath City Centre for more than a century [Deadline for applications 12 March]

Wealden District Council is on the hunt for architects for a raft of affordable housing schemes in East Sussex. The £200,000 contract is divided into two lots and covers seven schemes up to RIBA stage 3. Architects may bid for individual lots or both [Deadline for expressions of interest 9 March]

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  • Hurry Hurry Hurry - chance to give all your best creative ideas away in the hope of providing possible draughting services and underwriting risk for a D+B contractor.

    I will be launching a competition shortly for the total redesign of my garden - as in all competitions I cannot guarantee to select any of the designs submitted.

    No wonder we are the most lowly paid profession....heigh ho!

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