Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo are delighted to announce that White City Place has won the ‘Connected Scheme of the Year’ at the inaugural ‘Digital Communication in the Workplace Awards’.
Held at the Gherkin (30 St Mary Axe) on 20 March, the awards were a celebration of innovative and successful digital communications in office buildings across London and was attended by building managers, facility managers and surveyors from leading UK building management companies. Keynote speaker Chris Coleman-Brown, Head of Estates Europe at Lendlease opened the event by discussing the emergence of the digital layer within the built environment, and its role in creating a more collaborative building community.
156 other buildings and developments across London were considered for the award. The winners in other categories were 200 Aldersgate for Best Use of Social Media and Moor House for Best Sustainability Content.
White City Place is a hub for innovative companies such as Huckletree West and YOOX-Net-a-Porter, and collaboration is encouraged to drive creativity and productivity.
The awards were organised by ECN, Europe’s leading workplace media communication specialist, connecting asset and brand partners with global workplace talent on a daily basis.
Nick Hiles, Development Director at Stanhope Plc, said:
‘We are very proud of the work that has gone into making White City Place the industry leading development in digital communications that it is today, and we are extremely pleased that it is getting the recognition it deserves.’