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BEST COMMUNITY LED PROJECT | Peckham Coal Line
Submitted by 927 crowdfunders - a group of pioneering supporters, local residents, business and London wide organisations including Southwark Council, GLA, Sustrans and Network Rail
A fantastic example of a locally driven project that is bringing a coal line back into use as a new space for community and cultural activity.
BEST CONCEPTUAL PROJECT | Wind modelling of the Eastern Cluster Submitted by City of London
Demonstrating how 3D technology can transform the understanding of London’s urban environment and deliver better outcomes for planning, designing and building in the city.
BEST HERITAGE LED PROJECT | The Deptford Project
Submitted by London Borough of Lewisham and U+I Group PLC
14 truly local businesses have taken space in the historic railway arches. With Deptford’s heritage at its heart, this scheme has regenerated the town centre and delivered 132 new homes and new commercial and retail spaces.
A new neighbourhood providing 1700 homes, new public spaces and public art exhibits and a new home for both the London Film School and English National Ballet.
BEST NEW PLACE TO LIVE (highly commended) | PLACE/LadywellSubmitted by London Borough of Lewisham, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Aecom and SIG
For its cutting edge and cost effective approach to addressing the housing crisis for homeless families, high residential and overall design quality.
BEST NEW PLACE TO WORK | The Francis Crick Institute (‘the Crick’) Submitted by The Francis Crick Institute and CBRE Ltd
A pioneering partnership between six of the world's leading biomedical research organisations - the Medical Research Council, Cancer Research UK, the Wellcome Trust, University College London, Imperial College London and King's College London – all brought together in one building. The institute aims to respond to fast-moving changes in the medical sciences by facilitating collaboration and accelerating the translation of scientific research from the laboratory to hospitals and pharmacies.
BEST NEW PLACE TO WORK (highly commended)| Make HQ, 32 Cleveland StreetSubmitted by Make Architects, Derwent London, Exigere, GDMP, Akera Engineers and Rougemont
BEST NEW PUBLIC SPACE| Pearson Square, Fitzroy Place Submitted by Exemplar, Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands, Sheppard Robson, Gross Max and Sir Robert McAlpine
A new area of high quality landscaped public space in London’s West End. It provides a haven for local residents, visitors and workers to sit, dwell and take time out from the bustling streets around. A real hidden gem.
BEST PROJECT FIVE YEARS ON | Quadrant 3
Submitted by The Crown Estate, Dixon Jones and CBRE
A landmark project that forms part of the Crown Estate’s vision to transform Regent Street. Quadrant 3 delivered high quality public realm, with sensitive restoration of listed building facades, high quality offices and vibrant retail and food and drink spaces.
BEST PROJECT FIVE YEARS ON (highly commended) | Regent QuarterSubmitted by Aedas and P&O Developments
For its strong heritage-led approach, transformational effect it has had on this long neglected piece of London and catalysing influence on the wider regeneration works to King Cross.
BEST TOWN CENTRE PROJECT | The Scene
Submitted by Hill Partnerships, Islington and Shoreditch Housing Association, Pollard Thomas Edwards and London Borough Waltham Forest
This project transformed Walthamstow Town centre. It introduced a new cinema to Walthamstow alongside new food and drink spaces, creating a thriving daytime and new night-time destination. A truly successful mixed use scheme with housing and landscaped amenity space.
BEST PLANNING AUTHORITY
Southwark has demonstrated innovative approaches to both plan making and decision taking, particularly in the delivery of 11,000 new council homes for the borough.
MAYOR’S AWARD FOR PLANNING EXCELLENCE | Wind modelling of the Easter Cluster
Submitted by City of London