NLA New London Award Winners – Latest
The NLA’s New London Awards have been announced and we are delighted to announce Sands End Arts and Community Centre has won the Culture and Community category.
The New London Awards recognise the very best in architecture, planning and development in the capital, including both new and proposed projects across all sectors of the built environment, selected by an international expert jury.
30 projects have been announced as winners of this year’s New London Awards at the Guildhall, attended by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, who gave the keynote speech.
Sands End Community Centre provides spaces for educational functions, clubs, art exhibitions and community events with an ancillary café and children’s day nursery, this project will deliver a new creative Arts and Community Centre for Hammersmith and Fulham Council. Designed to be sustainable, both in terms of the construction approach and the potential for ongoing revenue generation, the Centre is designed to be fully accessible and caters for all user groups, with consideration of the young and older people, promoting social integration within the community and providing a local focus to combat social isolation.
Status: Starting on site
Completion: Summer 2019
Client: LB Hammersmith & Fulham
M&E / Sustainability Engineer: Max Fordham
Planning Consultant: CMA Planning
Landscape Designer: J&L Gibbons
Quantity Surveyor: Baillie Knowles
Acoustic Consultant: Mach Acoustics
Size: 660 sqm
Three more of our projects also received a commendation:
Lords Media Centre in the Conservation and Retrofit category
Byron Quarter in the Masterplan & Area Strategies category
The Ned in the Hotels & Hospitality category
A full list of winners can be found here: