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London Planning Awards 2004 Winners

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The London Planning Awards ceremony was held on 30 November 2004 at City Hall. Mayor Ken Livingstone said “This year’s awards have again shown the diversity and dynamism of development in London. The judges had an extremely difficult job in picking winners from an excellent range of schemes and initiatives. This can only be good news as we strive to ensure that London is developed as a sustainable world city.”

The judging criteria for the 2004 awards included how each project contributes to the objectives of the London Plan, published in February 2004.

The Winner of the Mayor’s Award for Planning Excellence

Walthamstow Town Centre Revitalisation, London Borough of Walthamstow

The imaginative public sector improvements to the Town Centre have demonstrated that Walthamstow is alive, it is a place where further development and investment can take place and the town centre will once again become the thriving heart of the borough.

Winner of the Best Public Sector Planner or Planning Organisation

Success and Innovation at Elephant & Castle, London Borough of Southwark

Excellent team effort focusing on co-ordination of the councils departments, external stakeholders and the community.

Winner of the Best Private Sector Planner or Planning Organisation

Hugh Bullock and the Planning Team at Gerald Eve

Through the leadership of Hugh Bullock the planning team at Gerald Eve have demonstrated knowledge, expertise and innovation on a number of key projects and initiatives.

Winner of the Best Planning Built Project Contributing to London’s Future

Paddington Central by Development Securities Plc

This mixed use development on a long standing derelict site, offers an inventive masterplan capitalising on the site’s unusual shape, transportation links and canal side location.

Winner of the Best Planning Conceptual Project Contributing to London’s Future

Lower Lea Valley Olympic and Legacy Masterplans by EDAW Plc

This unique scheme illustrates the Olympic use as well as the legacy masterplan. The proposed 500 acre Olympic Park lies within the Lower Lea Valley just 3 miles from the heart of the capital.

Winner of the Best Community or Partnership Initiative

Bow Church Masterplan by Leaside Regeneration Ltd

This scheme tackles a difficult environment where the dominance of major roads has long degraded the area. The proposals are located on the outskirts of the Olympic zone and once built will create a vibrant new area of London with the community at its heart.

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