Three architectural teams have been shortlisted in a competition to develop the final part of the Greenwich Millennium Village in London, UK.
The first team comprises Feilden Clegg Bradley, Alison Brooks, S333 and Proctor & Matthews, while the second team, led by Aecom, includes Maccreanor Lavington and Karakusevic Carson.
The third team comprises Jestico & Whiles, Peter Barber and Studio 54 Architecture.
The regeneration project for phases three to five of the village, which will include 1,850 homes, will be delivered for Countryside and Taylor Wimpey.
The winner will be selected by the end of the year, according to bdonline.co.uk.
English Partnerships, which had previously invested £59m ($91.3) in the scheme, said it supported the scheme but had not agreed to fund it yet.