The award is made annually to individuals and organisations who have made particular contributions.
Andrew received his award from Simon Birkett, the founder and director of Clean Air, on the House of Commons Terrace.
Andrew Gwynne MP said:
“I was delighted to receive this recognition of my efforts to ensure we all have the right to breathe cleaner air.
“My local area was one of the first in the country to enforce new standards for clean air, and we have been leading the way ever since.”
Simon Birkett said:
“The Clean Air in Cities Awards 2014 recognise 24 people who have made a valuable personal contribution to improving air quality in cities including London.
“It is tremendous to recognise also the contribution of many other people from across the political spectrum and from campaigners to scientists and business leaders. Individually and collectively, these wonderful people have ensured that air pollution is regaining the attention it deserves.”