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Update: Foster + Partners Thames Hub proposal faces opposition

© Foster and Partners
© Foster and Partners

Foster + Partners Thames Hub proposal has continuously made progress throughout the year of 2011, however reports say the practice is facing some opposition in the new year. In early November, Foster + Partners revealed the £50bn project that plans to include a £20bn high-speed Orbital Rail line around London; a new £6bn Thames Barrier and crossing; and a £20bn international Estuary Airport, with annual capacity for 150 million passengers. As seen on BD, Councilors in Essex plan to rally up their colleagues in January in attempt to battle the “disastrous” proposal. Councilor Peter Martin stated, “Lord Foster has been known to build all over the world, so we cannot sit idly by and let this happen. We must have a loud voice when it comes to opposing the airport.” It will be interesting to hear their critiques of the project and see what pans out in the New Year for the Thames Hub proposal. What are your thoughts on the project? Reference: BD

Cite:Karissa Rosenfield. "Update: Foster + Partners Thames Hub proposal faces opposition" 30 Dec 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/196494/update-foster-partners-face-opposition-with-thames-hub-proposal/>