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Sambrook's Brewery at Ram Quarter shortlisted for two architectural awards

News 22 March 2024

Sambrook's Brewery at Ram Quarter has secured places on the shortlists of two of the UK's most prestigious architectural prizes – the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Regional Awards and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards 2024.

Sambrook's opened at the Wandsworth development in 2021, cementing Greenland's ambition to preserve Ram Quarter's special brewing tradition for future generations.

The brewery's nomination for a RIBA London Award pits it against 75 other design-led, innovative and change-making spaces across the capital.  The RIBA Awards profile the best in architecture each year, first seeing developments compete regionally before the winners are put forward for the coveted National Award.  Sambrook's place on the shortlist has been reported by local and national media, including by the BBC.

The RICS Awards likewise celebrate excellence in property, construction and land.  This year Sambrook's has been recognised in the "Refurbishment / Revitalisation" category.

Both nominations highlight the thoughtful fit-out of Grade-II listed Victorian buildings at Ram Quarter by Roger Mears' Architects to create a modern, social space for the Sambrook's taproom and the site's Heritage Centre.  Ram Quarter's unique beermaking legacy dates back to at least 1533, and the team's approach beautifully blends the old with the new to link with the present day.

The winners of both the RICS and RIBA Regional Awards are set to be announced later this spring.  Greenland wishes Roger Mears and Sambrook's the best of luck – and we look forward to finding out who will take home the top prizes.

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