JTP, Alan Dunlop & Gillespies shortlisted for Shenzhen urban design project
November 26 2012
The urban design project entails devising a tourism blueprint for the 150 hectare region region, which encompasses 120km of coastline, Kuanyinshan Mountain and Mirs Bay, all of which offer vistas toward Tung Ping Chau and Hong Kong.
An ecological seaside resort will be built along underdeveloped beaches as part of wider efforts to establish a conservation area to protect the regions ecological and biological resources.
It will also act as a demonstration area for new marine, economic and scientific developments.
JTP partner Alan Stewart said: “Our practice has over 20 years’ experience and we have worked with some of China’s most prestigious companies and cities. We believe this partnership is uniquely qualified to deliver an outstanding project” Professor Alan Dunlop adds “This is an internationally significant project and it is a privilege to be working again with such a talented and committed team and ambitious client.”
The same team recently submitted competition entry for the development of a mixed-use project in Shenyang, China.
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