This design by architect Wilkinson Eyre for the Hacking Ferry Bridge in Lancashire is at planning stage.
Worked up in conjunction with engineer Flint and Neill Partnership, the design is a three-way arch footbridge with 43.5 m legs. It will stand at the confluence of the Ribble and Calder near Hurst Green. The shell weighs only 9.5 tons and needs relatively small foundations, so it can be built off site and lifted into place by helicopter. Once secured, the shell will be pumped full of concrete.