We are delighted to announce that the Bond Street public realm improvement project has been awarded best ‘Public Spaces’ in the 2019 New London Architecture (NLA) awards.
The NLA awards recognise projects across 14 sectors of the built environment that contribute towards making London a better city for all to live, work and move around.
The winners were announced at an award ceremony on 3 July at the Guildhall.
Jace Tyrrell, Chief Executive, New West End Company said:
“We are delighted that our work to improve the Bond Street public realm has been recognised by the NLA. The project was the most ambitious in Bond Street in over 30 years and has significantly enhanced the experience for pedestrians, while still allowing traffic on the street. Since the project’s inception, footfall has risen by 15% on the street. Delivered in partnership with Westminster City Council, Greater London Authority, Transport for London and with the support of Bond Street businesses, the scheme marked the first phase of a multi-million investment programme for the wider West End and cements the street as a globally competitive luxury destination.”
To learn more about the Bond Street project, click here.