Terry Farrell & Partners has won the £25 million competition to build a 200-dwelling housing and leisure scheme on the site of Sir Basil Spence's sports centre in Swiss Cottage, London. The practice beat off competition from consortia including FaulknerBrowns, Sheppard Robson, hok + Lobb and the William Saunders Partnership. Joint developers on the project are Dawnay Day and Barrett Homes while architect S&P worked on the leisure side of the scheme. The scheme came out top in a public consultation exercise, securing 40 per cent support, but has been the subject of protests from the Twentieth Century Society, which wants to preserve the unlisted building. Sports campaigners are also angry at the reduction of some facilities, such as the construction of a smaller swimming pool. Camden Councillors are set to ratify the selection in a meeting on 12 April.