HTA Design wins contest for landscape-led Canterbury regeneration.
HTA Design has been announced as the winner of the Connected Canterbury Levelling Up Fund competition introduced by Canterbury City Council in May this year. .
The project will elevate Canterbury’s global significance, provide a coherent visitor offer and unite local people in pride of place. HTA will lead a team of specialist consultants, including heritage industry leaders Purcell, who will provide consultancy and detailed local knowledge, and Civic Engineers, who are at the forefront of engineering design to create inspirational public places with a positive impact on the environment.
James Lord, Partner for Landscape, HTA Design, said: “With its emphasis on landscape, the Connected Canterbury project will rejuvenate heritage settings across this internationally significant city to inspire local pride and create a world class destination. We are looking forward to working with Canterbury City Council and our skilled team to deliver a restorative landscape that addresses the biodiversity emergency and preserves heritage for future generations, whilst celebrating Canterbury’s rich historic narratives.”