After our success participating in the London Festival of Architecture events, our RIBA competition-winning scheme, the Low Line Commons project has won 2 New London Architecture Awards!

We are honoured that this worthy, sustainable, regeneration strategy, funded by the Mayor’s Good Growth Fund, is now achieving wider industry recognition.

At this years NLA awards in the Guildhall, City of London, the project won both the Planning category and the overall NLA award across all 14 categories beating over 140 submissions which shows how important an area-wide regeneration strategy is for Southwark in London. >

The excellence in the work comes from the collaboration with our wonderful partners, PDP London, Greengage and Studio 4215 to deliver this amazing scheme.

Low Line Commons, commissioned by Low Line partners, will connect people with nature and increase environmental resilience along the length of the Low Line by promoting innovative greening and sustainability projects that mitigate climate change. It celebrates the diversity and heritage of each neighbourhood with a series of hubs to encourage communities to unify and share a ‘sense of place’.