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New London Awards: Last chance to enter

The awards recognise projects - both completed and on the drawing board - that make an outstanding contribution to their locality across twelve sectors; deadline for submissions is Friday 13 May

Winners and commended projects will be announced at a lunch at The Guildhall on 12 July 2011 and feature in a new permanent exhibition at NLA and special edition of the New London Quarterly this summer.

For full details and an entry form, visit www.nla.co/newlondonawards

International Jury Members

Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (pictured)
Dominique Alba, Director, Pavillon de L’Arsenal, Paris
Peter Bishop, Former Deputy Chief Executive, London Development Agency
David J Burney, Commissioner, New York City Department of Design and Construction
Edwin Heathcote, Architecture & Design Critic, The Financial Times
Riccardo Marini, City Design Leader, Edinburgh City Council
David Taylor, Editor, New London Quarterly


The New London Awards recognise projects - both completed and on the drawing board - that make an outstanding contribution to their locality across the following twelve sectors:

LIVING – From home extensions and individual houses to residential developments and social housing

WORKING – The best examples of places to work that meet needs of businesses, technology and the individual, from a home office in the garden to the headquarters of an international bank

SHOPPING – From a mall to a market, from boutique to superstore

TRAVELLING – Transport infrastructure and related architecture that both enhance the experience of moving around the city and add to the quality of the environment

LEARNING – Educational establishments of all kinds – nurseries, schools, academies, universities

VISITING – For museums, art galleries, theatres, installations and cultural buildings generally – places that attract local visitors and tourists

STAYING – As we move towards 2012, judges will be looking at projects that improve the overnight offer for tourists and business people visiting the capital

PLAYING – Sports facilities of all kinds from Olympic stadia to cricket pavilions

PLACEMAKING – New spaces, rediscovered spaces and parts of London that have been given new life by some TLC to the public realm

CONSERVING – The restoration and improvement of old buildings of all kinds, whether historic restoration or contemporary insertions

RETROFITTING – Interesting examples of recycling of buildings where efficient use is made of existing fabric and embodied energy

SERVICING – For infrastructure projects – water, waste, energy, SUDS – that will help London work more efficiently and sustainably

  • For sponsorship opportunities or to book a table at the awards lunch, contact Zoe Sergeant.

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