London Planning Awards shortlist out

Triscott_House_night_rsTriscott House in Hillingdon is West London’s only representative in this years London Planning Awards.

Triscott House is an over-55s assisted living development in Hayes by LB Hillingdon designed by Karakusevic Carson, and is shortlisted in ‘Best New Place to Live’.

Organised by London First in conjunction with the Mayor, Royal Town Planning Institute and London Councils, the London Planning Awards celebrate the outstanding contribution of planners to the capital’s urban renaissance, and is attended by leading developers and prominent local government officials. Now in their ninth year, they are the capitals major showcase for planning in both public and private sectors.

Baroness Jo Valentine, Chief Executive, London First, said: “I’m delighted that we have such an impressive list of high profile schemes shortlisted this year, not just from the City and the West End but also from the outer boroughs.”

The winners will be announced on 16 January at City Hall.

The full list of shortlist:

Best Built Project
Heron Tower – Readleaf Polhill/Heron International
One New Change – Land Securities
Westfield Stratford City – Westfield
Sammy Ofer Wing – National Maritime Museum – Nathaniel Litchfield

Best Built Project – community scale scheme
Mitcham Junction Station Forecourt – LB Merton
St Paul’s Way Trust School – Astudio, LB Hamlets

Best New Place to Live
Claredale Street – Karakusevic Carson Architects
Highbury Gardens – First Base, HCA
Former Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital – LB Camden
Triscott House – KKM Architects

Best New Public Space
Hackney Wick Fish Island – Wallis Road Park to Park Link – London Thames Gateway Dev. Corp
Mount Street Public Realm Regeneration – Grosvenor
Margaret Macmillan Park – LB Lewisham

Best Historic Building Management
Quadrant 3 – Crown Estate
St Pancras Chambers – LB Camden
Tottenham Town Hall – BPTW Partnership
The Granary, Kings Cross – LB Camden/Argent

Best Conceptual Project
Snow in the City – Gensler and ASL Developments
Walthamstow Wetlands – LB Waltham Forest
Surrey Canal: London’s sporting village – Renewal

Best Built Project 5 Years On
Arsenal on the move – Savills
OCA Stand, KIA Oval Cricket Ground – Surrey CCC & Savills
The Home Office – Bouygues
Tabard Square – Rolfe Judd
New Street Square – Land Securities

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