Last week saw the 10th annual Planning Awards take place at City Hall. Organised by the Mayor of London, London First, RTPI and London Councils it aims 'to recognise and reward best practice in planning in the capital'. To celebrate its milestone 10th anniversary, this year ten awards were up for grabs as oppose to the usual eight. The winners included King's Cross station for the Best Built Project, and the Aylesbury Estate Regeneration Phase 1a which won the award for Best New Place to Live. See here for more winners.
Redeveloped King's Cross Mainline Station
Image courtesy of Network Rail 2013