A design competition was recently organised by the Institution of Structural Engineers along with Gloucester Heritage Urban Regeneration Company for a new pedestrian bridge in Gloucester. Entry was limited to young structural engineers, graduate members of IStructE or a near equivalent. Twenty-six teams submitted entries.
The winning team was announced at the end of August as Matthew Myerscough and James Stewart, both of Cass Hayward. They received a £150 prize, and the hope that this essentially speculative footbridge proposal might actually one day obtain funding.
The winning design is for a curved deck, supported by a deep beam above deck level on the inner edge of the curve. It's highly reminiscent of Peter's Bridge in Norwich.
I've found two other designs online: