A sustainable and inclusive mixed-use neighbourhood on a brownfield site adjacent to Cambridge North Railway Station. The socially responsible development will include 425 new homes, a transport mobility hub, new workplaces including research & development lab buildings, shops, cafés, restaurants and public spaces for all.

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Project Details

LOCATION: Cambridge, United Kingdom

CLIENT: Brookgate

DATE: 2020-Ongoing

STATUS: Schematic Design

SIZE: 21 Ha. (425 homes; a transport mobility hub, new workplaces; lab buildings, shops, F&B; public spaces)

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Masterplanning & Architecture: ACME

ACME Team: Monica Capitanio, Nicholas Chrysostomou, Lizy Huyghe, Loh Li Zhi, Friedrich Ludewig, Ann Ravens, Gemma Serra, Thomas Soo, Laura Vitzthum, Katrina Zon

Collaborating Architect: Make

Landscape Architecture: Robert Myers Associates

Planning: Bidwells

The masterplan prioritises the needs of pedestrians and cyclists, with the aim to reduce overall car usage and reliance. By providing a range of different types of open spaces and by being strategic with its retail and amenity placement, the masterplan seeks to create a community with a vibrant and activated public realm.


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