Mayor's Prize

The Mayor’s Prize will be awarded, in association with the Mayor of London, to the project that best reflects the Mayor’s ambition for ‘Supporting Diversity’ as expressed through the Good Growth by Design programme. Selected from submissions across all categories, it will award a project that is actively designed for different needs, and promoted a built environment for all Londoners.

Vote in the People's Choice Prize 
► Twitter – click to tweet links are below each project
► Enter the online form

  

Ada - the National College of Digital Skills, N17

by Architecture 00 for Ada - National College of Digital Skills

Ada - the National College of Digital Skills, N17 by Architecture 00 for Ada - National College of Digital Skills
People's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

An area strategy for Coulsdon, CR5

by Pitman Tozer Architects, Mary Duggan Architects for Brick by Brick
An area strategy for Coulsdon, CR5 by Pitman Tozer Architects, Mary Duggan Architects for Brick by Brick
People's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

Eltham High Street, SE9

by East architecture, landscape, urban design for RB Greenwich
Eltham High Street, SE9 by East architecture, landscape, urban design for RB Greenwich
People's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

Here East, E20

by HawkinsBrown for Innovation City (London) Ltd

Here East, E20 by HawkinsBrown for Innovation City (London) Ltd People's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

Kings Crescent Estate, N4

by Karakusevic Carson Architects, Henley Halebrown and muf architecture/art for LB Hackney
Kings Crescent Estate, N4 by Karakusevic Carson Architects for LB HackneyPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

The Multi Generation House, E20

by PRP for Chobham Manor LLP
The Multi Generation House, E20 by PRP for Taylor WimpeyPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

Tower Court, E5

by Adam Khan Architects and muf architecture/art for LB Hackney
Tower Court, E5 by Adam Khan Architects muf architecture/art  LB HackneyPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

Walthamstow Wetlands, N17

by Witherford Watson Mann Architects and Kinnear Landscape Architects for LB Waltham Forest, Thames Water and London Wildlife Trust

Walthamstow Wetlands, N17 by Witherford Watson Mann Architects  for LB Waltham ForestPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

 

Waterloo City Farm, SE1

by Feilden Fowles for Jamie's Farm
Waterloo City Farm, SE1 by Feilden Fowles for Jamie's FarmPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

 

Winners will be announced Wednesday 4 July at the NLA Annual Lunch 2018 at the Guildhall. More information & booking here

 

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