Purpose of the Awards

To recognise excellence and showcase examples that are leading the urban renaissance in London

To raise expectations and standards and promote awareness of good practice

To improve the profile of planning and the morale of those involved

Awards may be given to boroughs, developers, consultants, community groups, public agencies, partnerships and other teams. All entries will be expected to fulfil the objectives of the London Plan and demonstrate how they meet the specific criteria outlined under each of the award categories.

You can enter your own work or nominate someone else's. Entrants/nominees do not need to be members of the RTPI or London First. In the case of nominations, the judges will approach the nominees for further information.

The winners will be revealed at the London Planning Awards ceremony, which will take place on the Tuesday 3 February 2015. Shortlisted projects will be offered 3 tickets to attend the ceremony.

JUDGING CRITERIA

Awards may be given to boroughs, developers, consultants, community groups, public agencies, partnerships and other teams. All entries will be expected to demonstrate how they meet the specific criteria outlined under each of the award categories.

You can enter your own work or nominate someone else’s. Entrants/nominees do not need to be members of the RTPI or London First. In the case of nominations, the judges will approach the nominees for further information.

The scale of development or position of the entrant is not necessarily relevant to the evaluation of achievement.

THE JUDGING PROCESS

The awards will be judged by a panel of four judges representing:

Boris Johnson, Mayor of London

John Allan CBE, Chairman, London First

Janet Askew, President, RTPI

Mayor Jules Pipe, Chair, London Councils

 

THE COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

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"There is no question that there's
never been a better time to
be living here. The quality of
life is improving the whole time
and the quality of the built
environment is improving the
whole time. And I think it's
very important that we celebrate
the contribution that London's
planners and developers are making."

Boris Johnson,
Mayor of London

 

“We're very, very proud of the
way in which the public realm
has continued to improve in
London. We've got some really
great architects in London,
we've got some great schemes
in London and the public realm
in London, I would agrue, has
has never been better than
it is today.”

Sir Edward Lister,
Chief of Staff and
Deputy Mayor,
Policy and Planning
 
 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

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