The Bobby Moore Academy Secondary School in the Queen Elizabeth Park has been shortlisted for an RIBA London Regional Award.

This new 9,450m2 6FE secondary school for 1,140 pupils on a
tiny postage stamp of a site of only 3,900m2. Situated in the heart of the Olympic Park, provides much needed education and community facilities to support the growing local neighbourhood. Read more about the project here.

RIBA London Director, Dian Small said, “Out of 173 projects, 77 were shortlisted for consideration of a RIBA London Award. The buildings shortlisted are of a diverse typology and demonstrate once again the breadth of the capital’s architectural output at the very highest level that the RIBA programme requires. The juries took enormous pleasure in selecting a most exemplary set of schemes.”

See the full shortlist here.