We are committed to finding the right design for Twickenham Riverside so that residents and visitors can enjoy this beautiful area.
Hopkins Architects, the winner of the design competition, has produced a video highlighting some key aspects of their concept design. They, as part of a wider design and project team, are now developing the design prior to making a planning submission next year.
The Council continues to work on the Twickenham Riverside project throughout the current public health emergency, with much of the work able to continue as normal. By changing how we work with our consultants, stakeholders and the public, we aim to ensure that the project stays on track and that people are kept informed and engaged whilst maintaining staff and public safety.
Below is an indicative high-level programme:
As part of the redevelopment of Twickenham Riverside the Council is removing parking from the Embankment between Water Lane and Wharf Lane.
Currently we are listening to views on proposals to change the parking and servicing arrangements of the site. Find more information and complete the survey.
Please keep checking this webpage for updates on the project.
The Royal Institute of British Architects and Richmond Council named the team led by Hopkins Architects as the preferred bidder for the Twickenham Riverside Design Competition on Tuesday 12 November. During the competition, Hopkins Architects were known as Architect 1 (pdf, 13.8MB).
In February 2020 the Finance, Policy and Resources Committee ratified the decision to appoint Hopkins Architect and their sub-consultants and approved the funds to take the project forward.
Find more information on the Design Competition.
The image below shows Hopkins' vision for the riverside site.
Find the answers to your frequently asked questions on this dedicated page.
Updated: 15 June 2020