Our London Centre wins prestigious architecture award

We were really excited recently when we found out that our world-leading Music Therapy Centre in London had been nominated for two of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors annual Awards!

The nominations were in the categories of Design Through Innovation and Community Benefit – so it was a big honour for us, and also of course, for our architects, Bradley Van Der Straeten to be recognised.

Competition was high, with the our Centre up against the likes of the Norman Forster’s new Bloomberg Building, the Bridge Theatre and the Garden Museum, but we are thrilled to announce that we were winners in the category of Community Benefit!

The RICS Awards are put on annually by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors across a series of regional heats. The London region awards were held at the Royal Lancaster hotel, and were attended by our Director of Finance and Operations, Chris Dew, Sarah Cosby, who led last year’s redevelopment of the Centre, and our architects.

Chris said:

This is great recognition for Nordoff Robbins, our architects, and for the careful consideration, hard work and planning that went into every step of the redevelopment of our London Centre to ensure the space and design met the specific needs of our diverse beneficiaries. 

It is a reminder of how fortunate we are to be sharing space with beneficiaries in our world-leading music therapy centre here in London.

We are very grateful to all involved in making the redevelopment of the Centre such a success.