Sustainability Prize

Recognising the most sustainable projects in the capital, the Sustainability Prize will be awarded to schemes that show sustainable design solutions, an efficient use of materials, innovation and a low carbon footprint. Selected from submissions across all categories, successful projects will be an exemplar in creating a more sustainable low-carbon city.

 

7 Aylesbury Street, EC1 

by Atum Design Lab for Meritcape Ltd
7 Aylesubry Street, EC1 by Atum Design Lab for Meritcape Ltd 

 

 

Bloomberg, London, EC4 

by Foster + Partners for Bloomberg LP
Bloomberg, London, EC4 by Foster + Partners for Bloomberg LP

 

 

Garden Museum, SE1

by Dow Jones Architects for The Garden Museum
Garden Museum, SE1 by Dow Jones Architects for The Garden Museum

 

 

Herne Hill Velodrome, SE24

by Hopkins Architects for Herne Hill Velodrome Trust
Herne Hill Velodrome, SE24 by Hopkins Architects for Herne Hill Velodrome Trust

 

 

New Mildmay, E2

by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Matthew Lloyd Architects for Genesis
New Mildmay, E2 by FCB Studios and Matthew Lloyd Architects for Genesis

 

 

Planning and Delivering Green Roofs in the City of London, EC2

by City of London Corporation
Planning and Delivering Green Roofs in the City of London, EC2 by City of London Corporation

 

 

South Gardens, SE17

by Maccreanor Lavington for Lendlease
South Gardens, SE17 by Maccreanor Lavington for Lendlease

 

 

London Bridge Station, SE1

by Grimshaw for Network Rail
London Bridge Station, SE1 by Rebekah Foote

 

 

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

 

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