Submission: April 06, 2017
Registration: April 06, 2017
Location: London, UK
Prizes: Please see details below
The New London Awards 2017 are now OPEN FOR ENTRIES, celebrating London’s best new and proposed projects across all sectors of the built environment. Supported by the Mayor of London, the New London Awards seek projects of the highest design quality which make a positive contribution to their surroundings and life in the capital.
New and proposed projects across 15 sectors of the built environment are eligible for submission – from housing to offices; public spaces to community projects; and masterplans to major transport infrastructure.
Winning and shortlisted schemes will be announced at a prestigious awards lunch at the Guildhall on 5 July, showcased in an exhibition, and featured in a high-quality publication widely disseminated to the profession, decision-makers and international networks.
- Any company involved in the planning, design or construction of a project is eligible to enter the project into the New London Awards.
- The project must be located within any of the 33 London Boroughs.
- Submitted projects can be at any stage from completion to on the drawing board. A ‘built’ project must have achieved practical completion within the last two years (between 1 April 2015 and 6 April 2017). An ‘unbuilt’ project must have a real site, and be at any stage of design or construction at time of entry on 6 April 2017. Any project completed before 1 April 2015 will not be eligible
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 ‘good growth’ as expressed in A City for All Londoners. Selected from submissions across all categories, it will recognise projects that actively seek to maximise outcomes across the three key areas of empowering people, regenerating places and growing prosperity.
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.