Re-form appointed as preferred designer for Leeds City Square

An urban woodland could be created in the centre of Leeds as part of the winning entry to a RIBA competition to re-design its landmark City Square.  

A team led by re-form Landscape Architecture has been announced as the recommended choice to collaborate with Leeds City Council and other stakeholders on the scheme and are expected to be appointed by the council’s executive board at a meeting next Wednesday, June 23. re-form would work with global engineering and consultancy firm Arup; renowned artist, Nayan Kulkarni and consultant on childhood and global advocate for children’s play and mobility, Tim Gill on the multi-million-pound project.

‘The Glade’ is intended to be a space in the centre of the

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