Housing Winner Nominated by: London Community Land Trust Region: Greater London Architect: JTP The 4.5 acre site of St Clement’s Hospital, a former workhouse dating back to 1848, comprised 19 buildings of varying age and quality, was curtilage listed, and had lain boarded up since 2005. In 2012, the Mayor of London agreed to establish London’s first ever Community Land Trust on the site, following a campaign by thousands of East Londoners that sought to establish a new way of provideing genuinely and permanently affordable homes. After an extensive and innovative community planning process and masterplan, the listed buildings are now refurbished and have been integrated sensitively with new buildings to create a residential quarter in this vibrant part of east London. The CLT sells houses to local people at a price that is fixed in relation to local average wages, and with over 1,000 local members it worked with the developers to create the new design. Galliford Try/Linden Homes, with JTP as architect and masterplanner, worked to deliver the residential-led regeneration. Upon appointment, JTP began a wide-ranging Community Planning process which focussed on ‘Creating a New Vision for St Clement’s’ through Community Planning Workshops. Hundreds of local people participated in co-designing the new Vision for the site. The resulting masterplan proposed: a virtually car-free neighbourhood; around 250 homes in restored and new buildings; a new north-south route connecting Mile End Road to Cemetery Park; a new central locus for the Bow community which was previously lacking; and a range of public, semi-public and private landscaped spaces. The planning application received unanimous approval from Tower Hamlets for Detailed Planning Listed Building and Conservation Area consent, with many letters from local people supporting the project. St Clement's, Bow, London