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Competitions: Editor's Pick, 21.02.13

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Housing for the isolated island of St Helena, ideas contest for a Lincoln arch and design team for Coventry primary school extensions. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The remote South Atlantic island of St Helena (pictured) has opened a housing design contest open to newly qualified architects. Architects with less than five years in practice may compete to design the £400,000 housing scheme. A £9,000 prize fund has been announced. Entries will be exhibited in April and a winner announced in May [Entries to be submitted by 15 March]

Lincoln’s Business Improvement Group has launched an ideas contest for a new archway in historic Strait Street. Open to the public, the contest seeks a ‘designed feature’ that will ‘blend into the historical streetscape’. A £500 prize has been announced. Construction depends on planning and local landowners [Submissions are due 15 March]

Coventry City Council is seeking an architect-led team to design and contract manage extensions to five primary schools. Teams are to include engineering, CDM and quantity surveying services. All works under the £900,000 contract are to complete by December 2014 [Requests to participate due 8 March]

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  • Re: Coventry primary school extensions
    Kindly send us the complete brief for the above competition so we can consider this and take part.

    Your sincerely

    Amos Sivan
    ASB Architects.
    215 West End Lane
    London NW6 1XJ

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