Public Spaces


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

Vote in the People's Choice Prize 
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Canal Corridor, King's Cross, N1

by Townshend Landscape Architects for Kings Cross Central Limited Partnership

Canal Corridor, King's Cross, N1 by Townshend Landscape Architects for Kings Cross Central Limited PartnershipPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

Connecting Colliers Wood, SW19

by Gort Scott and Jonathan Cook (JCLA) for LB Merton

Connecting Colliers Wood, SW19 by Gort Scottand Jonathan Cook(JCLA) for LB MertonPeople'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 GreenwichPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

Goodluck Hope, E14

by Allies and Morrison and Spacehub for Ballymore

Goodluck Hope, E14 byAllies and Morrisonand Spacehub for BallymorePeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

  

Grosvenor Hill Public Realm, W1

by BDP for Grosvenor Britain & Ireland

Grosvenor Hill Public Realm, W1 by BDP for Grosvenor Britain & IrelandPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

  

 

Leake Street Arches, SE1

by C + W for LCR and Nulty

Leake Street Arches, SE1 by C + W for LCR and NultyPeople's Choice vote click to tweet

 

 

Wilkins Terrace, WC1

by Levitt Bernstein for University College London

Wilkins Terrace, WC1 by Levitt Bernstein for University College LondonPeople'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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