Join the capital’s leading
decision-makers and professionals across development, design, planning and construction at
NLA’s Annual Lunch on 11 July at the Guildhall and be the first to hear the winners of the New London Awards 2013 and
New Londoner of the Year presentation.
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Sponsorship of the
New London Awards
offers a unique opportunity
to align your business with
the very best projects being delivered in London today.
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The restoration and reuse
of buildings; be it historic restorations, contemporary insertions or recycled buildings where efficient
use is made of existing
fabric and embodied energy.
Educational establishments of all kinds – nurseries, schools, academies, colleges, universities – where design improves
the learning experience.
Projects improving the health of Londoners, young and old, from healthcare facilities to housing for an aging population.
The best examples of individual new houses across the capital.
Projects that enhance the overnight offer for tourists and business people staying in the capital.
Plans that demonstrate placemaking at its best – area-wide regeneration and new parts of the city.
Office buildings that generate positive form for the city – exemplary places of work that meet the needs of businesses, technology and the individual.
Commercial fit-out projects
that create efficient and inspiring working environments.
Museums, art galleries and theatres, community buildings such as libraries and youth centres and sports facilities
of all kinds – places that attract or provide services to local visitors and tourists.
New spaces, rediscovered spaces and parts of London
that have been given new life
by some TLC to the public realm, be it improvements to streets, squares, playgrounds, waterspaces or parks.
Multi-unit residential developments of any tenure – from super prime to social housing – creating exemplary new places for people to live.
Shops, restaurants and
bars with innovative interiors; well-designed projects
that enhance London’s
retail and leisure offer.
Recognising meanwhile uses, temporary installations and initiatives aimed at enlivening spaces, places and high streets across the capital.
Transport projects and related architecture that both enhance the experience of moving around the city and add to the quality of the environment, and infrastructure projects – water, waste, energy, SUDS
– that will help London work more efficiently and sustainably.