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News: Rathbone Market news

17th October 2016

Urban Space Management recently found a new operator for Rathbone Market in Canning Town. With a tight timetable USM contacted a range of market operators to discuss this role. Tudor Markets came out as the best fit and took over the market on the 1st October 2016 with aims to increase stall holder numbers and improve footfall through the market. More

News: Container City™ building wins “Best Office Building” award

7th July 2016

Roundhouse Administration building by Urban Space Management (Container City) Ltd won the Best Office Building award at the New London Awards 2016. More

News: Impact of proposed development on Trinity Buoy Wharf

24th March 2016

Ballymore seeks permission to build 804 new apartments very close to Trinity Buoy Wharf and some elements of the proposed residential development give cause for concern. In particular the 3 tall blocks of flats that would loom over the low buildings at Trinity Buoy Wharf. At the closest point the new blocks are only 8 feet away from artists’ workshops. More

News: Container City™ building wins “Best New Place to Work” award

4th February 2016

Roundhouse Administration building by Urban Space Management (Container City) Ltd won the Best New Place to Work award at the London Planning Awards 2016. More

News: USM oversaw the tender for Rathbone Market changeover

3rd June 2015

English Cities Fund (ECf), the developer behind the Rathbone Market redevelopment scheme in Canning Town, London, has recently announced that local economic development charity, Community Links, has been selected as their preferred partner to operate Rathbone Market, as part of its redevelopment plans for the market. More

News: How the arts can regenerate urban areas

12th November 2014

"I've been working with Urban Space Management for 20 years, collaborating on all kinds of regeneration initiatives. We worked on Camden Lock Market, created Merton Abbey Mills in Wimbledon and designed Gabriel’s’ Wharf in what was then a very quiet South Bank." More

News: New building at Trinity Buoy Wharf

27th October 2014

Recycled from the 2012 Olympic Broadcasting Studios at Stratford Olympic Park, Clipper House is the latest Urban Space Management (Container City) development at Trinity Buoy Wharf. Still under construction, the building will provide a number of additional art studios and work spaces with spectacular views over the River Thames. More

Press: The New York Times: Titans of Artisanal Food Expand in Crowded New York City Arena

18th September 2014

By Liz Robbins By the lunch rush on Monday, the sun had maneuvered around the Midtown towers, warming a bustling three-block slice of Broadway, from 41st Street to 39th. In the pedestrian plaza, Roberta’s mobile wood-burning pizza oven was firing its sopressata-topped pies, for which the line seemed to stretch back to the restaurant’s Brooklyn home. Read article

News: Smithfield Market Victory

8th July 2014

The Communities Secretary has rejected John McAslan & Partners’ £160 million proposal to fill Smithfield Market in London with shops and offices and accused the buildings’ owners – City Corporation of ‘deliberate neglect’ leading to their deteriating condition. More

Press: BD:  Bid to list Smithfield Market lodged

11th February 2014

By Elizabeth Hopkirk. Move comes as inquiry into John McAslan plan opens Conservationists trying to stop the redevelopment of Smithfield Market have put in an audacious application to have the buildings listed. The request by the Victorian Society and Save Britain’s Heritage was made less than 24 hours before today’s public inquiry was due to open. Read article