LSE Cities is excited to announce that the Apprenticeship Programme in City Design has been nominated for the Inspire Generation Awards, Diversity in Action category.
Hosted by the Thornton Education Trust (TET), a new charity created to advance education in architecture and urban design for children and young people, the awards are open to practitioners, built environment professionals and the private/public sector.
Considered to be the first awards of their kind in the UK, the awards seek to recognise people and initiatives globally that have been working with children and young people - helping them to engage in and advocate for a better built environment.
Congratulations to the project team; Ricky Burdett, Julia King, Akil Scafe-Smith, Bethany Mickleburgh, and Lisa Ker Jia Goh.
Winners will be announced at the award ceremony in mid November.