The latest proposals for the redevelopment of Twickenham Riverside will be published for public feedback on the 6th January 2021.
Over the past twelve months, Hopkins Architects and their team, with help from the Council, have been working hard to develop the design for the Twickenham Riverside site. This follows a public design competition held in 2019.
The development of the proposal includes responding to feedback received from last public consultation, working through detail with key stakeholders such as Eel Pie Island and the Twickenham Riverside Trust, but also important flood modelling work with organisations such as the Environment Agency – to make sure that the scheme meets the flooding requirements and will continue to do so in a world impacted by climate change. As a riverside site which needs to accommodate flood waters, whilst also delivering housing, office space, shops and plenty of open space, this has been the greatest challenge for the design team. But one which has now been met.
From the 6th January for four weeks, the plans will be published and the Council urges residents to have a look at the designs and give their feedback.