Four teams including Hopkins Architects, Amanda Levete's practice AL_A and two separate teams from Ove Arup & Partners have been shortlisted in the competition to design a new bridge in London spanning the Thames from Nine Elms to Westminster. The competition for the £40 million bridge, part of the dramatic new developments at Nine Elms and Battersea, made headlines last month when all 74 entrants were released to the public. Read on after the break to see the entries from all four teams The competition was hosted by Wandsworth Council, who called on designers for an "inspiring and innovative" river crossing. The new bridge will be financed by around £26 million in funds that will be diverted from community infrastructure levies on the surrounding developments, with the remaining £14 million coming from private investment.
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