New London Awards 2016 Lunch - Fully Booked!

Join the capital’s leading decision-makers and professionals across development design, planning and construction at NLA's Annual Lunch on Thursday 7 July and be first to hear the winners of the New London Awards 2016 and New Londoner of the Year presentation.

The lunch is now fully booked.

To view the full shortlist click here.

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NLA's annual New London Awards recognise the very best new architecture, planning and development in the capital.

New and proposed projects across 15 sectors of the built environment are eligible for submission - from office buildings to housing; mixed-use to temporary projects; and masterplans to major infrastructure initiatives.
 
Entries will be assessed by an eminent international jury who will be seeking schemes of the highest design quality, that demonstrate a positive impact on their surroundings and make a wider contribution to life in the city.
Winning schemes will be announced on 7 July at NLA’s Annual Lunch at The Guildhall and will feature in the NLA galleries at The Building Centre alongside all shortlisted schemes, and in a special publication.

 
Two additional accolades will be drawn from submissions across all categories: the Mayor’s Prize, in association with the Mayor of London, celebrating the project that best creatively contributes to the capital’s economy; and the Ashden Prize recognising the best in efficient energy use.

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Conservation & Retrofit
Sponsored by Urban Space Management
The restoration and reuse of buildings, across any sector, where efficient use is made of existing fabric and embodied energy: from historic restorations to contemporary insertions and recycled buildings.
 
Culture & Community
The best new facilities for Londoners to use in their free time: galleries, museums, theatres, libraries, sports facilities, community hubs and youth centres. 
 
Education
Educational establishments of all kinds – nurseries, schools, academies, universities, training centres – where design enhances the learning experience. 
 
Homes
The best examples of individual new homes across the capital, from one up to five units.
 
Hotels
The latest short-term accommodation for tourists, business people and Londoners staying in the capital at all budgets: hostel, boutique or luxury.
 
Housing
Sponsored by Turley
Multi-unit residential developments of any tenure – from social housing to prime resi – creating exemplary new places for people to live.
 
Masterplans & Area Strategies
Plans that demonstrate placemaking at its best – area-wide regeneration strategies and the creation of new parts of the city.
 
Mixed-use
Sponsored by IFC Group
Buildings or developments with a complementary mix of uses, designed holistically to meet the needs of a number of different activities and users.
 
Office Buildings 
Sponsored by RIBA Appointments
Office buildings that deliver exemplary places of work and meet the needs of businesses, technology and the individual.
 
Office Interiors
Commercial fit-out projects that create efficient and inspiring working environments at any scale.
 
Public Spaces
Sponsored by Broadgate Estates

New or rediscovered spaces; parts of London that have been given new life through improvements to streets, squares, playgrounds, waterspaces or parks.

 
Retail & Restaurants
Creating exemplary new places for shopping, eating and drinking in the capital: from restaurants, pubs and bars, to innovative shop fit-outs and high street strategies.
 
The Temporary
Projects that embrace the city as a work in progress, delivering acceptable environments whilst areas undergo change: meanwhile uses, installations, and community-driven projects aimed at enlivening places over a short-term period.
 
Transport & Infrastructure
Transport projects and related architecture that improve the experience of moving around the city and add to the quality of the environment; and infrastructure projects – water, waste, energy – that help London work more efficiently and sustainably.
 
Wellbeing
Sponsored by Hoare Lea
Projects that seek to improve the users’ health and wellbeing via innovative design and technology: from active design to extra-care facilities.
 

Special prizes

Mayors Prize
The Mayor’s Prize will be awarded in association with the Mayor of London to the best project that creatively contributes to the capital’s economy. Selected from submissions across all categories, it will consider the projects that make the most innovative and creative contribution to the economic growth of the capital and their wider community; with particular consideration given to their impact in supporting the growth of small businesses through quality, innovative space provision and business support, and their wider regenerative impact in attracting new employment and investment through creating better places.

Ashden Prize 
Awarded in association with worldwide sustainability charity Ashden, this prize will recognise projects deemed most efficient in their use of energy. Selected from submissions across all categories, successful projects will embrace sustainable design – whether through passive design,
renewable generation or reducing embodied energy – and the innovative use of materials, technologies and techniques, creating exemplary schemes for London’s low-carbon future.

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Sponsorship of the New London Awards aligns your business with the very best projects being delivered in London today. 

For further information on sponsorship contact: Emily Wilson on 020 7636 4044 or emily.wilson@newlondonarchitecture.org

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New London Awards 2016 - Shortlist Announced

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Over 130 projects across 15 categories have been shortlisted for the New London Awards 2016, recognising the very best new and proposed architecture, planning and development in the capital.

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