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FootprintWire 16.3.12

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PRAUD’s ‘Seattle Jelly Bean’ proposes renewables and water recycling for 9-acre city centre site

Tower Hamlets approves plans to replace Robin Hood Gardens with a  Horden Cherry Lee masterplanned development which includes 1700 CSH  4 residential units, a new BREEAM Excellent school. Read the full Energy Strategy and more on AJ.

Scottish coal-fired power station to close due to failure to meet environmental standards, on BBC.

Cashes Green, Kevin McCloud’s next Hab housing project, starts on site in Stroud.

And finally … finalists revealed for Seattle’s Urban Intervention Competition for 9-acre city centre site.

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