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Great Place: Lakes and Dales Flexible Housing Concept

Great Place: Lakes and Dales Flexible Housing Concept

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Great Place: Lakes and Dales Flexible Housing Concept

Flexible housing design competition on behalf of the Great Places Lakes and Dales Partnership (GPLD) which sought concept designs for 2 sites within the GPLD area.

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Great Places Lakes and Dales Partnership (GPLD) is a partnership of Craven District Council (lead authority), South Lakeland District Council, Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, and Lake District National Park Authority.

The competition looked to attract architects from around the world who could bring new innovative thinking to flexible housing which will appeal to young people and draw them to the area. Although the GPLD area economy is relatively strong, like many rural areas it suffers from an outward migration of young people. Specifically, the GPLD area has 44% fewer 16-34-year olds than the national average, which raises significant concerns regarding its future economic and community resilience.

Competitors were invited to submit proposals for one of the two sites or for both locations.

The RIBA Competitions evaluation panel included Sasha Bhavan of KnoxBhavan Architects as the RIBA Adviser, Wayne Hemingway of Hemingway Design and Nathan Cornish of Urban Splash.

The initial phase of the competition required teams to submit designs anonymously. Up to 6 concept designs (3 for each site) have been shortlisted for further development at the second phase.

The shortlisted teams are as follows:

Horton-in-Ribblesdale site

  • McGinlay Bell
  • McMullan Studio
  • Patalab Architecture

Burneside site

  • Hawkins Brown
  • Outpost with Giles Miller Studio
  • Weston Williamson + Partners

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