ARCHITECT WANTED FOR KINGSTON UPON THAMES, LONDON08 September 2015
THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES IS SEEKING AN ARCHITECT FOR A TRANCHE OF ITS £30 MILLION ‘MINI HOLLANDS’ PUBLIC REALM IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME
The winner of the £700,000 design contract will draw up plans for a £6 million cycle hub and plaza outside Kingston Station and a new £160,000 cycle ‘quietway’ improving access to nearby Kingston Bridge
The ancient Surrey market town was one of three districts to win a share of the London mayor’s £100 million ‘Mini-Hollands’ fund last year.
The programme – which coincides with increasing concern over cycle safety in the capital – aims to make London boroughs as cycle-friendly as Dutch towns.
Applicants for the contract – which is expected to be worth up to £700,000 – must have a minimum of £1 million in turnover.
The deadline for requests to participate is 5pm on 25 September.
How to apply
View the contract notice for more information
The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
Tel: +44 7891501893