Sustainable City Awards 2019 Winners Announced

The Sustainable City Awards ceremony took place on Wednesday 17th July at the Crystal, overlooking Victoria Dock. The evening was attended by shortlisted applicants and partners demonstrating the fantastic diversity of the sustainability community of London and beyond.

We heard from past award winners and deputy Mayor for the Energy and Environment, Shirley Rodrigues. This year’s Overall Not-for-Profit Winner Award was presented in memory of Samantha Heath and we heard some very touching words from her friends and colleagues.

West London Business support the promotion of the Awards and our Chief Executive Andrew Dakers sits on the judging panel for the sustainable resources category.

London Sustainability Exchange are delighted to announce the winners and runners up of the 2019 Sustainable City Awards.

Healthier Places
Runner Up: London Borough of Islington
Winner: Growhampton
Innovative Spaces
Runner Up: The Wesley
Winner: ReSpace Projects
Managing Resources
Runner Up: Hubbub
Winner: JPA Furniture
Smart Technology
Runner Up: Glassbusters
Winner: In Your Face Alternatives
Sustainable Mobility

Runner Up: Better Bankside

Winner: Hackney Council: School Streets

Sir Peter Parker Award

JPA Furniture

Overall Not-for-Profit Winner

ReSpace Projects

Congratulations to all of our winners. The judges were really impressed by the range of innovative projects that applied this year. If you would like to learn more about the winning projects, check out the Sustainable City Awards Webpage for more information.

LSx would like to say a huge thank you to all applicants, judges, sponsors and supporting partners, without whom these awards would not be able to happen. Especially our key sponsors, Investec, our hosts at the Crystal and also, Troup Bywaters + Anders and Barclays Print for our communications materials.

If you are interested in applying for the 2020 Awards entries are due to open in January. Follow @SusCityAwards on Twitter and check out the LSx website.

If you would like to find more about the Sustainable City Awards please email Jack Alexander.