The winners of London Tree and Woodland Awards in full were:
- Street Tree Award 2015 winner: Queensbridge Neighbours Tree Project, initiated by local residents to improve their neighbourhood by planting 50 trees.
- Street Tree 2008-2015 Award: Shared between the London Borough of Barnet for its A5 Edgware Road tree planting project, and Trees for Cities for their Mayor of London Street Tree Programme 2008-15.
- Community Tree Award: Broomfield Community Orchard, on the site of a former bowling green.
- Community Woodland Award: The Hillingdon Group of London Wildlife Trust for its work to protect and enhance local woodlands.
- Trees and Development Award: The Angel Building, Islington, for the retention and management of 37 mature trees and planting of a further 37 semi mature trees.
- Acorn Award: Eugene Clerkin, for his work with volunteer group the Tree Musketeers and as a tree warden caring for and promoting young trees around Hackney.
- Trees and Technology Award: Jonathan Robinson, for his development of the Open Source Canopy Cover Audit application.
- Tree Council Trees and Learning Award: Dormers Wells High School, for tree planting as part of an outdoor educational programme.
- London Tree Officers Association Individual Commitment Award: Jim Smith, for his years of hard work promoting Trees in London and for championing tree officers's work.
At the awards evening there was also an update on the London i-Tree Eco Project, prior to publication of its report in autumn.