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The report presents an exclusive summary of key recommendations that different stakeholders should consider when creating an inclusive innovation district with our project Tribeca included in the showcase.

24.10.2022


 

The latest NLA report identifies how the landscape of Innovation Districts is rapidly changing, no longer solely connected to anchor education and research institutions alone, innovation hubs are emerging in urban contexts, with proximity to businesses, diversity, culture and innovation. 

The in-depth research paper presents an exclusive summary of key recommendations that different stakeholders should consider when creating an inclusive innovation district, as well as a showcase of over 50 projects that are supporting and having a transformational impact on the education, healthcare, technology and innovation sectors in the UK. 

NLA Research

Project Showcase page 84

Tribeca is to become a landmark quarter with innovative office and lab-ready workspace based at the heart of London’s biotech cluster. Running alongside Regent’s Canal, the buildings will be located within new public realm and also provide residential, retail and restaurant uses. The hybrid-workspace buildings will be arranged around external and internal ‘streets’ that create a permeable ground plane and an accessible canal edge, inviting the wider public into the site for the first time in over a century.

Read or download the full report here.

 

Client: REEF
Architect: Bennetts Associates
Cost Consultant: Gardiner & Theobald LLP
Lab Fit-out Consultant: Abel Nepp
Services Engineer: KJ Tait
Landscape Architect: Fabrik
M&E / Sustainability Engineer: Max Fordham

 

Related Projects

Tribeca

Camden, London

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2016 -
A family of mixed-use buildings for life sciences placed in a strategic location along the Regent’s Canal.