Six Waterman projects shortlisted for NLA’s New London awards

Waterman is delighted that Six of our projects, Roots in the Sky, YY London, Barts Square, Canada Water Masterplan, Elephant Park and 80 Charlotte Street, have been shortlisted for New London Architecture’s (NLA’s) New London Awards.

Across 14 categories, the awards celebrate projects of all scales, from small, community-led schemes to large mixed-use developments, both built and unbuilt, which demonstrate high quality design, contribute to wider placemaking, advance knowledge and skill in the industry and are designed for longevity.

Nominated for the ‘Unbuilt’ category, Roots in the Sky is a revolutionary office concept featuring an urban forest and community gardens on Southwark’s thriving Bankside. Also in the running for the ‘Unbuilt’ award, YY London is a stunning commercial retrofit scheme which is set to totally transform the iconic 30 South Colonnade building on Canary Wharf’s dockside.


Roots in the Sky

YY, London

Barts Square, the exceptional 2.3-acre mixed-use redevelopment of London’s St Bartholomew’s Hospital, has been nominated for the ‘Mixing’ award, whilst the Canada Water Masterplan, which is set to overhaul 53-acres of Southwark’s Docklands, has been shortlisted for the ‘Planning’ award.


(L-R) Barts Square (Image courtesy of Helical plc) and Canada Water

Meanwhile, Elephant Park, part of the £3bn regeneration of Elephant & Castle, has been nominated for the ‘Environmental Prize’ and 80 Charlotte Street, a stunning mixed-use residential, retail and workplace development in London’s Fitzrovia, has been shortlisted for the ‘Working’ award.

Award winners will be announced at NLA’s annual lunch, taking place at the Guildhall in the City of London on Friday November 26 from midday. For full details of the event, click here. (

To learn more about the New London Awards, click here(, and for more information about NLA, click here. (

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