ANYONE who fancies trying to convert disused space under the Hammersmith flyover into something useful is being asked to submit their ideas before the end of the month.
The Royal Institute of British Architects has extended the deadline for its Forgotten Spaces competition and is inviting designers and members of the public to consider how run-down areas can be converted into something for the community.
This could include an empty unit, disused scrubland, a derelict building, underpass or flyover.
Proposals can be simple or complex, commercial or public, a piece of art or a new building, the only rule is that it must serve a function for the local community.
In Hammersmith and Fulham the focus is primarily on how to use the space under Hammersmith Flyover but RIBA is welcoming ideas for other neglected sites in the borough.
The best proposals will go on show in a public exhibition at Somerset House in October.
The competition deadline is Thursday, April 25. For more information, visit www.architecture.com/forgottenspaceslondon .