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The Civic Trust Awards 2009

National Panel

David Prichard Building Regulation Advisory Committee Chris Churchman


David Prichard is a director of (BRAC). Keith joined the Civic Trust Chris is a Director of Churchman
Metropolitan Workshop LLP. The practice's National Panel in 2007. His many Landscape Architects, providers of
recent work embraces architectural, urban publications include The Access Manual, external design skills to leading
design and regional planning commissions Buildings for all to use and The Building architectural firms. He has a keen interest
for government agencies, local authorities Regulations Explained. in green technologies with specific
and major developers in Ireland, Norway, expertise in living walls. He has been a
Jordan, Libya, Sudan and the UK. Celia Clark Design Advisor to CABESpace since 2002
David has been a RIBA external examiner, Campaigner, academic and writer, Celia's and has previously acted in a similar
guest critic and lectured at numerous publications include The Tricorn: Life and capacity for the GLA. Chris’s appointment
universities and judged several awards and Death of a Sixties Icon (2009); Beacons of to the Panel this year brings a fresh focus
international competitions. A former Learning: Breathing new life into old on landscape and public realm issues.
Trustee of the Civic Trust, he was an schools (1995); Vintage Ports - differing
Awards assessor for many years before futures for historic dockyards across Eelco Hooftman
being invited onto the National Panel of Europe (2000) and chapters in Maritime Eelco is a founding partner of GROSS.
judges which he has chaired since 2004. City Portsmouth 1945 to 2005 (2005). MAX. Landscape Architects. He integrates
Education Officer of the Civic Trust from theory and practice of landscape
Angela Brady RIBA FRIAI FRSA 1989-1991, she taught history of architecture in an extensive output of
Angela is a director of the award winning architecture and building conservation at international projects, award winning
practice Brady Mallalieu Architects. She is the university of Portsmouth from 1989 to competition designs and visiting
active in promoting sustainable design in 2008. She is leading the bid to inscribe lectureships. Eelco is an advisory board
schools and broadcasts to the public on TV Portsmouth Harbour, Spithead and the member of Architecture + Design
and radio on a regular basis. She is a CABE northeast coast of the Isle of Wight as the Scotland. GROSS. MAX. has been awarded
Enabler and member of RIAI Council. first 'cultural seascape' on the World the European Landscape Award 2006 by
Angela is a past member of the English Heritage list. Topos magazine.
Heritage/CABE Urban Panel, and past
Design Champion on the LDA Board. Richard Cochrane CEng MCIBSE Stephen Howlett
Angela has been an Awards assessor since Richard is an environmental engineer. Stephen Howlett is Chief Executive of
2000 and joined the National Panel in 2005. Formerly a director of low carbon Peabody Trust, the leading registered
consultancy XCO2, Richard is chief social landlord in London. Stephen’s
Martin Bradshaw technical officer of Quiet Revolution, wealth of experience in the housing sector
Martin is a former Director of the Civic developers of a new design of vertical axis has spanned many organisations with both
Trust and past President of the RTPI. His wind turbine optimised primarily for local and national scope. He has been
planning experience includes periods with installations on or near buildings. Building recognised as one of the Mayor’s London
Cheshire and Leicestershire County on previous work for the Environmental Leaders on sustainability and he serves as
Councils and with the City of Toronto Design in Architecture course at the a member of the Court of the University of
Planning Board. He was Director of Martin Centre in Cambridge University, Greenwich.
Planning for West Yorkshire Metropolitan Richard has co-ordinated a renewable
County up until 1986. Now retired, he ran energy systems course for a Master's Victor Rose
his own planning consultancy. programme at the Architecture Department Victor worked for the Civic Trust for over
University of Bath. 43 years. He has been involved with the
Professor Keith Bright Civic Trust Awards from its beginning in
Keith Bright is Emeritus Professor of Emma Cullinan 1959 and continues to play an important
Inclusive Environments at the University Emma Cullinan is a journalist who writes part in the Awards. He has been involved
of Reading and an independent access about architecture for the Irish Times with many aspects of the Trust's work
consultant. He is a registered Access newspaper. She is also the editor of House including the Architectural Heritage Fund
Consultant (NRAC) and a member of the magazine, the consumer publication of the to which he still acts as a consultant.
RICS Inclusive Environment Consultant RIAI (Royal Institute of the Architects of
Scheme (IEC). He is a member of CABE's Ireland) which features architect-designed
Inclusive Environment Group and the houses.
Comment
David Prichard chairs the National Awards Panel and reflects on this year’s entries

It is 50 years since the Civic Trust density and cheap construction. and permeability with such schemes as
launched what was then the first awards The Homes and Communities Agency, New Street Square.
scheme to promote an improved built launched in December, is welcomed by the We saw a crop of restoration projects
environment and is now one of the Civic Trust. It too is ‘about people and which raise the need to credit the original
longest running award schemes in places and a sense of local belonging’. designer as well as the current team and
Europe. Over 40 award schemes have Combining the experience of the Housing can beg the question as to why the
followed since in the UK, but no other Corporation and the assets of English building was allowed to decay and
brings together the diverse array of Partnerships should bring about the ability whether backlog maintenance is
projects that make up our habitat. It is a to have the ‘single conversation’ with local awardable. Churches do need toilets and
testimony to the durability and relevance authorities and stakeholders. lobbies and extra facilities but those briefs
of our Awards that they are as sought In the housing sector, where there is a seem to rarely lead to successful modern
after today as they were then. This year need to build over 200,000 homes per interventions – so William Morris’ dictum
there were 430 entries and the panels of annum, it was disappointing to see that ‘save the best of the past, but the new
assessors referred 247 to the National relatively few schemes submitted. Some must look like the new’ is a real challenge
Panel with their recommendations were high density and with corridor access to designers. In Glasgow, the Titan Crane
The National Panel’s duty to assess and and concierge which will incur higher has been restored and made accessible to
compare the merits of projects across management and service charges, which the public offering amazing views over the
different regions, contexts, briefs, scales many households can ill afford. Good now silent shipyards and is a fitting
and budgets is not taken lightly and management of our environment whether symbol of past industry that was the
provokes much debate and clarification of town centres, parks, civic realm or social district’s raison d’etre.
which particular qualities are sought. We housing is fundamental to our quality of This review ends with praise for the
expect excellent design, execution, positive life, and to encourage best practice in excellent entries from Ireland this year,
local opinion and above all, confirmation housing we are hoping to launch a special where the now hibernating Celtic Tiger has
that the scheme makes an enduring civic award for housing management next year. helped deliver some real exemplars –
contribution through its environmental, Education submissions feature well and government offices, university buildings,
resource and socio-economic impacts. It is all new schools will be more energy and a privately funded new town at
an honour to be a national judge and for efficient, albeit achieved in some cases by Adamstown. There the developer has paid
me to chair the panel, especially so for shopping mall-like interiors and we for a new railway station and is building
2009 - the Awards’ 50th year. wonder if those environments will be an entire town centre under the controls of
Reflecting on the last five decades, the conducive to learning. Sadly many of the the local authority who pioneered a special
building industry has experienced several new learning spaces do not achieve a good development zone mechanism reminiscent
booms and busts. After post war rationing, relationship to the outdoors and cost plans of the joined up thinking of the new town
the brave new world saw huge investment are inadequate for the ‘learning landscape’ development corporations – bold stuff that
in social housing, schools, and hospitals as concept that would help future generations makes most UK housing led developments
Awards in those years testify, all done engage more with the outdoors. Schools schemes seem timid and just estates not
without PFI. Local authorities used CPO still repeat the familiar building-in-a-field communities.
powers in those days, when planners layout rather than engage with the street The Civic Trust Awards have helped
planned, and we had well organised and open their doors to the community, society raise expectations and move
development corporations to make things which was what we liked about the away from mediocrity to a better world
happen. Mechanisms such as local Samworth Academy. The universities of exemplars. A shadow has been cast by
authority mortgages and improvement sector, which post war were often built on last year’s implosion of hyper-capitalism
grants helped small scale initiatives to the edge of town, has a good example of and the chronic uncertainty for us all as
improve whole areas of our cities. permeability at Northumbria City Campus we enter terra incognita – but even if we
Our ever increasing affluence has where public through routes help build less in the current downturn, the
changed our settlement patterns; just think encourage integration of gown with town. legacies of this period must be well
how car ownership increased in that half On the outdoor theme, we saw several designed and built. Alex Gordon, when
century and how we all move around examples of new buildings placed in urban President of the RIBA twenty five years
more, hence bypasses, motorways, parks. Though supportive of public open ago, came up with the expression ‘long
multi-storey car parks, out of town spaces having good facilities within them, life, low energy and loose fit’ – that is still
shopping centres, business parks and so some designs and briefs were for offices a very sensible mind set for designers and
forth, all of which have figured in the and had intrusive access roads and less abstract than the sustainability word.
Awards. Society’s reaction to rapid social parking which we would not encourage. The Trust’s Awards Archive is an asset we
change spawned the conservation Positive intrusions into landscape are the hope local authorities and the public will
movement that helps our heritage tourism Kew Walkway, a fun walk amongst the use and we want to make it searchable,
industry today. The rushed housing trees, and the observatory in Kielder Park. not just by location but by land use and
programmes of the 1960’s have led to a The retail sector is in a post-mall era building type so planners, committees and
regeneration industry which is addressing having rediscovered the open street but clients can find appropriate precedents;
issues caused by previous poor this does expose more architecture. The this is another example of how the Civic
management and inadequate funding for speculative office sector has taken on the Trust wants to help society to learn from
maintenance, as well as inappropriate urban design mantra of active frontages experience and raise expectations.
25 years of Restoration in Wales sponsored by Cadw and the Welsh Assembly Government

Bodysgallen Hall Hotel


BDK ARCHITECTS

BDK ARCHITECTS
Cadw is the historic environment division of the
Welsh Assembly Government working for an
accessible well protected historic environment for
Wales.
Cadw's objectives are to achieve a demonstrable
improvement in the protection and condition of the
historic environment, along with sustainable
conservation and increased levels of public access
to, participation in and appreciation of the historic
Owner Bodysgallen Hall Hotel originally won a Civic Trust environment of Wales. Cadw does this by systems
The National Trust (managed by Award in 1984. This is an original Elizabethan of protection, grant giving, conservation schemes
Historic House Hotels Ltd)
Entrant house which was the home of the Mostyn family. It and promoting the 127 monuments in the care of
Bowen Dann Knox Architects has been sensitively brought back to life as a hotel the Assembly Government.
Architect
Bowen Dann Davies Partnership
and spa. The present owners have respected the age Cadw was established as an executive agency of the
Main Contractor and fabric of the building and the scheme former Welsh Office in 1984 and this year
Historic House Hotels Ltd comprised restoration, new building and celebrates its 25th anniversary. In recognition of
reconstruction as well as preservation of some this, Cadw is sponsoring an award which marks the
original features. Much care has been taken to best restoration projects in Wales over the past 25
preserve the relationship of the building to its years.
formal and informal garden landscapes; the formal
gardens have been reformed to match the original
designs. Cadw yw adran amgylchedd hanesyddol
Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru. Mae’n gweithio dros
BDK ARCHITECTS

BDK ARCHITECTS

amgylchedd hanesyddol yng Nghymru sy’n


hygyrch ac yn ddiogel.
Amcanion Cadw yw sicrhau gwelliant eglur yng
ngwarchodaeth a chyflwr yr amgylchedd
hanesyddol, ynghyd â chadwraeth gynaliadwy a
mwy o gyfle i’r cyhoedd gyrchu amgylchedd
hanesyddol Cymru, cymryd rhan ynddo a’i
werthfawrogi. Mae Cadw yn gwneud hyn drwy
systemau diogelu, rhoi grantiau, cynlluniau
cadwraeth a hybu’r 127 o henebion sydd yng
ngofal Llywodraeth y Cynulliad.
BDK ARCHITECTS

Cafodd Cadw ei sefydlu fel asiantaeth weithredol yn


yr hen Swyddfa Gymreig ym 1984 ac eleni mae’n
dathlu ei ben-blwydd yn 25 oed. I gydnabod hyn,
mae Cadw yn noddi gwobr sy’n nodi’r prosiect
adfer gorau yng Nghymru dros y 25 mlynedd
diwethaf.

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THE SPITALFIELDS TRUST

THE SPITALFIELDS TRUST

Allt-y-bela

THE SPITALFIELDS TRUST


Entrant This is a remarkable exemplar restoration of a 16th
The Spitalfields Trust century hall and tower house which was derelict
Architect
Morris Higham Architects and thought to be beyond repair. Traditional
Developer materials were used wherever possible and original
The Spitalfields Trust
Main Contractor
plasterwork and doors have been reused. Beautifully
The Spitalfields Trust refurbished, the building now provides bed and
Structural Engineer breakfast accommodation in a stunning rural
Kenneth Brown
setting. The scheme received a Civic Trust Award in
2007.

The Restoration of Neath Canal (Resolven to Ysgwrfa)


PETER RICKETS

PETER RICKETS
PETER RICKETS

Owner The upper section from Resolven to Ysgwrfa was


Neath Canal Navigation Co. completed in 1990 and received a Civic Trust
Entrant
Neath Port Talbot County Borough Award in 1992. The £4 million project was jointly
Council funded by the Welsh Office and the Prince of Wales
Trust. This project demonstrates the value to a
community of restoring part of the former
industrial infrastructure of the region so that it can
be used as an important new leisure facility. This
impressive work is truly restorative in that no new
components have been added or invented.
City of Culture Award sponsored by the Civic Trust

ANGELA BRADY

Ars Electronica Innovation Arts Centre


Linz, Austria

Owner This building is a delight. Providing a stunning of the glass building. Internally the Ars Electronica
Ars Electronica Linz GmbH multifunctional exhibition venue, 3D viewing building is well designed, acting as a backdrop to
Entrant
Treusch Architecture cinemas, restaurant and visitor facilities, this the high tech light and animation exhibitions. The
Architect scheme is fresh and exciting. Intriguingly, the restaurant in particular has been well fitted out, and
Andreas Treusch
Client’s Representative
existing building is retained within the new provides excellent views over the Danube and the
Harald Jakober extension. Viewed from across the river, the city with countryside in the distance. The building
building has been cleverly designed with the middle is fully accessible, and has a double skin, naturally
elevation lowered along the waterfront to allow ventilated façade. At night time, the building is
views to and from the older quayside buildings. An electrified and exciting, with its sophisticated
attractive hard landscaped public square has been display of computerised changing lights. Popular
added adjacent to the historic buildings, which and well used, this project acts as a showcase for
brings life, animation and vibrancy to the river Linz, which became City of Culture in January
front. The roof of the lower quay side building is 2009, and will no doubt continue to be an iconic
used as stepped theatre seating, to view films and futuristic gateway.
light shows electronically projected onto the façade

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TREUSCH ARCHITECTURE

ANGELA BRADY
TREUSCH ARCHITECTURE

TREUSCH ARCHITECTURE

At night time, the building is electrified and


exciting, with its sophisticated display of
computerised changing lights
ANDREAS BUCHBERGER/TREUSCH ARCHITECTURE

Launched in 1985, the European Capital of Culture


initiative is an opportunity for European cities to
transform and showcase their cultural life and
development. The Civic Trust introduced the City of
Culture Award in 2006. By sponsoring the Award,
the Civic Trust is encouraging practitioners to look
further afield for precedents from Europe that help
us to raise our expectations and standards by
learning from others.
Hard Landscaping Award sponsored by Charcon

BCA LANDSCAPE
BCA LANDSCAPE

BCA LANDSCAPE

Drift Park
Rhyl, Denbighshire
Owner
Denbighshire County Council Previously run down and dominated by a shower heads in the paddling pool. Unique features
Entrant patchwork of tarmac, Rhyl’s West Promenade has celebrate local events and characters, and include
BCA Landscape
Architect
been transformed by this scheme. The improvement an innovative outdoor public art and photo gallery,
Brock Carmichael Architects to the seafront encourages links to the town centre where photographs have been turned into ceramic
Access Consultant and provides a fresh environment to attract tiles. Planting is attractive, consisting of salt
Denbighshire CC Access Officer
Developer residents and visitors. The scheme has acted as a tolerant and hardy perennials, grasses and pines
Denbighshire County Council catalyst for the redevelopment of the area, which is which can withstand the prevailing conditions. The
Landscape Designer one of the most deprived. The five sheltered gardens overall design detail is strong and the scheme has
BCA Landscape
Main Contractor include a water park, open air theatre, mini golf and transformed the experience of walking along the
Edmund Nuttall Ltd. play areas. The spaces are well planned, and sea front. The development has given back
Quantity Surveyor
E C Harris LLP
robustly constructed, encouraging movement along confidence and pride to the community, and has
Services Engineer the Promenade. The community has been very been instrumental in the regeneration of this
Paul Moy Associates involved in the design of the scheme, including the neglected seaside town.
Structural Engineer
Alan Cumber local primary school who planned and designed the
Additional Organisation
Stephen Broadbent Artworks Ltd.

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BCA LANDSCAPE

BCA LANDSCAPE
The spaces are well planned,
and robustly constructed,
encouraging movement
along the Promenade

BCA LANDSCAPE
BCA LANDSCAPE

Charcon, an Aggregate Industries business, is


delighted to be associated with the Civic Trust as
sponsor of the Hard Landscaping Award for the
sixth successive year.
The regeneration and improvement of both rural
and metropolitan areas continue to be immensely
important for the community sense of pride and
well-being they create, and for the new
opportunities they attract.
The development and use of creative, practical and
durable hard landscaping solutions are vital
elements in the process of creating lasting
sympathetic, comfortable and importantly
sustainable environments.
Charcon's aim is to encourage attractive schemes
that demonstrate a unique approach to hard
landscaping, with a strong empahsis on innovative
design.
The award is of special significance to Charcon in
combining an appreciation of good hard
landscaping design with the recognition of schemes
that positively relate to their settings and the people
they serve.

Chris Hudson, Divisional Director, Commercial


Products - Building Materials Division
Housing Award sponsored by Homes & Communities Agency

Adelaide Wharf
Hackney, London
TIMOTHY SOAR
TIMOTHY SOAR

TIMOTHY SOAR

Owner This scheme is the result of a study to design and all and also benefit from the use of bright colours.
First Base Ltd and English Partnerships develop sustainable, low cost, high density schemes More than simply a residential building, the scheme
Entrant
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris LLP for key workers in London; it is a prototype. provides 650 sq m of affordable workspace to be
Architect Previously used as a warehousing site, this six assigned to a community-run regeneration agency
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris LLP
Landscape Designer
storey block provides 147 mixed tenure homes ensuring a lively mix of use and activity on the
Charles Funke around three sides of a shared landscaped street. This provides a real benefit to the local
Main Contractor courtyard. The landscaping provides a focus when community, who are positive about this
Bovis Lend Lease
Quantity Surveyor viewed from above, and from the street. The scheme improvement to their neighbourhood. The project is
Faithful & Gould provides views of the nearby canal and park, and is to be commended for its achievements in the fields
Services Engineer bright and cheery. Eye catching balconies hung of procurement, construction and efficiency, and
Waterman Building Services
Structural Engineer from large roof mounted steel cantilevers are the end result is a cheerful, contemporary looking
Adams Kara Taylor painted in bright shades, providing life and building.
Acoustic Consultant
Richard Woods
animation. Entrances and corridors are common to
Fire Consultant
Warrington Fire

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TIMOTHY SOAR

TIMOTHY SOAR
TIMOTHY SOAR

The end result is a cheerful,


contemporary looking building.

“At the Homes and Communities Agency, we


believe that sustainable development and good
design are critical to the success of regeneration
and place making, contributing to the economic
and social value of development whilst minimising
its effect on the environment. A strong, sustainable
community benefits from the inclusion of all its
members, including older people and those who are
vulnerable. The HCA is committed to helping
communities, residents and tenants influence our
work and the decisions that affect their services and
their lives.
We are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s
Housing Award, which has been won by Adelaide
Wharf. The scheme provides a real benefit to the
local community, who are positive about this
improvement to their neighbourhood. Providing
sustainable, low cost homes for key workers in
London, Adelaide Wharf is a well designed,
attractive scheme.”

Kevin McGeough, Policy Manager (planning and


design), Homes and Communities Agency
Inclusive Design Award sponsored by Bristan

CHARLOTTE WOOD

The Triangle Children, Young People & Community Centre


Haringey, London
Owner The first project of its type to be funded by the person lift provides access to the upper floor, and
London Borough of Haringey Government initiative 'New Deal for Communities', all entrances and exits have flat thresholds and
Education Services
Entrant the Triangle Centre is a new two storey building immediately covered areas. The sensory playroom
Greenhill Jenner Architects which provides accommodation for an existing 75 and gardens have specialist features, but are used
Architect
Greenhill Jenner Architects
place nursery, children’s play centre and out of by all the children in mainstream play; facilities
Landscape Designer school club. The new centre is also accessible to the such as ramps and handrails are incorporated
Farrer Huxley wider community for training and healthcare seamlessly and have obviously been considered at
Main Contractor
Higgins Construction services and includes a multi-purpose hall for design stage of the scheme. The internal spaces are
Quantity Surveyor sports, community events and performances. The very flexible – the upstairs hall in particular can be
Dunlop Haywards scheme provides an improved street frontage and adapted according to individual and group needs. A
Services Engineer
Norman Bromley Partnership landmark quality as well as a sensitive gateway to very successful scheme which illustrates how
Structural Engineer an attractive local park. The scheme is extremely inclusivity can be an integral part of the design
Conisbee
Additional Organisation
inclusive; it is easily recognisable from the street, process.
The Bridge Seven Sisters New Deal for with excellent signage and automatic doors. An 11
Communities (NCD)

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CHARLOTTE WOOD
CHARLOTTE WOOD

CHARLOTTE WOOD

CHARLOTTE WOOD
CHARLOTTE WOOD

Facilities such as ramps and handrails are Bristan is the largest supplier of bathroom taps,
showers, enclosures, decorative heating and
incorporated seamlessly and have obviously bathroom accessories in the UK and is the number
one supplier for choice amongst consumers,
been considered at design stage of the scheme plumbers, retailers and specifiers alike.
The company has over 100 products within its
inclusive design portfolio, and with the help of a
team of dedicated designers and a specialist
occupational therapy advisor, is investing heavily
in extending the range in 2009.
The driving force behind Bristan’s range is a firm
belief that everyone deserves good design,
irrespective of age, size or disability. Peter
Manning, Design Engineering Manager at Bristan
said, “No one should feel alienated by the design of
the buildings, public spaces or products that they
use. It’s extremely encouraging that so many
organisations that we have seen through our
partnership with the Civic Trust share our vision,
and we are very proud to be sponsoring the
Inclusive Design Award”.
NightVision Award sponsored by the Civic Trust

Arena and Convention Centre


Liverpool
TIM SOAR
TIM SOAR

TIM SOAR

Owner The scheme on Liverpool’s regenerated King’s the scheme is filled with natural light, and at night
Arena and Convention Centre waterfront provides a multipurpose arena, the upper levels appear to float above their base.
Liverpool
Entrant conference centre, exhibition venue, hotels and The cladding is artistic and inventive, with generous
Wilkinson Eyre Architects public space. Through its scale, the architecture and well detailed external spaces. Internal space is
Architect
Wilkinson Eyre Architects
reinforces the setting of its illustrious neighbours – very flexible, with the ability to quickly split the
Access Consultant the famous Three Graces and Hartley’s Albert Dock. main auditorium into three smaller spaces. The
Buro Happold The building was actually sunk into the redundant scheme is well linked to the city centre, which is
Developer
Liverpool Vision King’s Dock to minimise its impact on the skyline unusual for many convention centres. It has created
Landscape Designer and maintain views from the River Mersey of the a real focal point for regeneration, with visitors to
Gustafson Porter city’s famous Anglican and Catholic cathedrals. The the venue using restaurants, bars and facilities at
Main Contractor
Bovis Lend Lease two forms of the arena and convention centre are the neighbouring Albert Dock, as well as in the
Services Engineer joined by a light and airy atrium, which cleverly newly re-energised city centre.
Faber Maunsell
Structural Engineer
reduces the bulk of the structure. At ground level,
Buro Happold

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The building was actually sunk into the redundant
King’s Dock to minimise its impact on the skyline
TIM SOAR

TIM SOAR
TIM SOAR
TIM SOAR

Whilst the rapid growth in eating, drinking and


socialising in town centres can be seen as a success
story, it has also highlighted concerns. Following
the publication of their ‘NightVision’ Report, the
Civic Trust is launching its new standard for town
and city centres – Purple Flag Accreditation.
Designed to encourage town and city centres to
develop inclusive, vibrant and safe evening
economies, the Accreditation will be given to those
places which are well managed and maintained
throughout the night. A well managed evening
economy enhances the economic, cultural and
leisure potential of our town and city centres, and
the Civic Trust is delighted by the way in which this
scheme has benefited Liverpool, both during the
day and evening.
Partnership Award sponsored by Homes & Communities Agency

The scheme has transformed the


community’s relationship with the river

HCA

Castleford Footbridge
Yorkshire
Owner Part of a wider regeneration project which involved The structure is simple and elegant and fits
Wakefield Metropolitan District thousands of local people, the bridge seeks to re- sympathetically within its environment, whilst
Council
Entrant establish the river as a central asset for Castleford, providing a landmark for the town. It has
Wakefield Metropolitan District increasing connectivity and improving the quality encouraged many more people to cross the river,
Council
Architect
of the public spaces on the riverside. Designed for including school groups, who study a nearby
McDowell and Benedetti pedestrian use, the S-shaped footbridge across the wrecked barge. The community was very much
Main Contractor River Aire creates a catalyst for regeneration of the involved in the planning and design of the bridge,
Costain Ltd
Quantity Surveyor waterfront. 131 metres long and 4 metres wide, the and the end result has proved very popular. The
Philip Pank Partnership scheme also accommodates seating, making the scheme has transformed the community’s
Structural Engineers bridge a unique civic space as well as a walkway. relationship with the river, and has created a visitor
Alan Baxter & Associates;
Tony Gee and Partners Forming a pleasant alternative to the narrow attraction. It has improved the quality of life for
Additional Organisations pavements on an existing road bridge, the scheme many residents and has generated a new level of
Yorkshire Forward; English
Partnerships; Channel 4;
is an important entry point into the town centre. civic pride in Castleford.
Rowecord Engineering Ltd

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HCA
HCA

“The Homes and Communities Agency is a proud


sponsor of this year’s Partnership Award which has
been won by Castleford Footbridge - a project that
offers an opportunity for the local community to
interact with the natural environment and provides
a catalyst for regeneration.
At the Homes and Communities Agency, we believe
that truly sustainable environments must have
qualities that help them to be enduring and
adaptable to existing and future generations, whilst
being sensitive to their environmental impact and
to the needs of those who will live or work in
buildings and places.
The simple and elegant design of the footbridge
provides an appealing landmark for the town and
has transformed the community’s relationship with
the river. It has improved the quality of life for
residents and generated a new level of civic pride in
Castleford, providing the heritage of the future.”

Kevin McGeough, Policy Manager (planning and


design), Homes and Communities Agency
President’s Choice Award sponsored by the Civic Trust

Fort Dunlop
Birmingham
DANIEL HOPKINSON

DANIEL HOPKINSON
DANIEL HOPKINSON
DANIEL HOPKINSON

Owner Originally designed by Sidney Stott and WW structure provides a penthouse level of
Urban Splash Ltd Gibbings, this iconic landmark building has had a accommodation, as well as creating one of the
Entrant
shedkm spectacular impact on its location since its country’s largest green roofs. The views from the
Architect construction in the 1920s. Originally a tyre store for building, and particularly the roof terrace, offer a
shedkm
Developer
neighbouring factories, the building has lain stunning panorama showing the urbanisation of the
Urban Splash West Midlands derelict since the 1980s. The site and area have now area. This is a bold move and the scheme is now a
Landscape Designer been transformed by the speculative building beacon of regeneration for Birmingham. It is an
Martha Schwartz
Main Contractor scheme and the ‘Fort’ is home to a hotel, restaurant, inspired intervention, and is a positive signal for
Urban Splash Build shops and over 100 businesses. The decision to the city. An excellent billboard for optimism and
Quantity Surveyor express the new accommodation as a glass box set regeneration, the scheme is inspirational in
Simon Fenton Partnership
Services Engineer within the brick shell is both expressive and rejuvenating an industrial structure, and giving it
Bennett Williams practical: the decks between the walls offer service modern function and meaning.
Structural Engineer
Curtins
access and a means of escape. The new roof

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DANIEL HOPKINSON
DANIEL HOPKINSON

DANIEL HOPKINSON

The Civic Trust Awards were established in 1959 to


recognise and reward the best schemes in the built
environment. From architecture to townscape, and
landscaping to public art, the Civic Trust Awards
have highlighted those schemes which are
outstanding in terms of design and bring a real
An excellent billboard for optimism and benefit to our communities. To celebrate fifty years
of the Civic Trust Awards, we are launching the
regeneration, the scheme is inspirational ‘President’s Choice Award’. This Award is given to
in rejuvenating an industrial structure the scheme which, in the view of the Civic Trust’s
President, is particularly outstanding. The Civic
Trust is very proud that Griff Rhys Jones has not
DANIEL HOPKINSON

only joined the Civic Trust as our President, but is


such a passionate believer in the value of designing
with people in mind.

“The Civic Trust is here to encourage imaginative


solutions to built environment challenges. We need
good restoration, imaginative new building and
proper regard for the spaces we all share. The Civic
Trust Awards are a terrific opportunity to recognise
the good work that is being done, and the winning
schemes look good, feel good, and enhance their
local communities."
Griff Rhys Jones, President, the Civic Trust
Scotland - Placemaking Award sponsored by The Scottish Government

Titan Crane
Clydebank
ANDREW LEE

Owner Rising 150 feet above ground level, the Titan Crane structure has been carefully restored. The lift shaft
Clydebank Re - Built is a prominent and recognisable landmark. is punctured with tall windows providing
Entrant
Collective Architecture Ltd Originally designed by Sir William Arrol, it is an spectacular glimpses of the existing structure during
Architect outstanding symbol of Scotland’s engineering ascent. At night, innovative and attractive
Collective Architecture Ltd
Main Contractor
prowess and industrial heritage. This major computerised digital LED illumination brings the
Maclean And Speirs restoration scheme has brought the crane back to scheme to life, silhouetting the diagonal structure
Quantity Surveyor life as a visitor attraction, creating access to the with changing coloured and white light. The
Armours Construction Consultants
Services Engineer very top of the structure. A viewing platform is scheme has proved hugely successful with residents,
ARUP situated on the gantry, allowing visitors to walk tourists, local clubs and schools. It is also a
Structural Engineer along the jib and see the industrial landscape and powerful emblem of the regeneration of the area,
ARUP
the crane’s lifting equipment. The interventions standing above the new urban quarter which is
necessary to make the crane accessible - a lift shaft being developed. The scheme offers an opportunity
and a circular escape stair - have been detailed to for people to engage with their heritage on a new
minimise their visual impact, whilst the existing level.

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ANDREW LEE
ANDREW LEE

This major restoration scheme has


brought the crane back to life
as a visitor attraction
ANDREW LEE

“Through planning reforms and our sustainable


policies, we are seeking to support the creation of
more distinctive places of enduring quality. We
chose to work with the Civic Trust to establish this
new Special Award for Placemaking in Scotland,
recognising the importance and value of good
urban and rural design in our lives.
The first winner of the Special Award for
Placemaking, the Titan Crane in Clydebank,
illustrates how a creative approach to conserving
heritage can enrich the unique character of a
community. The Titan Crane is an inspiring and
long lasting example of how a sympathetic
approach to cultural and historic aspects of spatial
development can enhance the creation of new
places in Scotland.”

Minister for Culture, Michael Russell


Streets Award sponsored by CABE

New Road
Brighton

JIM MAYOR

Entrant This scheme is an external public space which is inclusion within the design of attractive features
Brighton & Hove City Council situated at the heart of the city’s Cultural Quarter. It such as bespoke seating and lighting has improved
Architect
Gehl Architects provides access to a range of shops and restaurants, the experience of many people who use the area,
Landscape Designer businesses and residences, and several world and has created a new café culture with a lively,
Landscape Projects
Main Contractor
famous destinations including the Pavilion, Lanes welcoming atmosphere which is pedestrian friendly
Edburtons and North Laine area, Jubilee Library, Theatre both during the day and in the evening. Local
Structural Engineer Royal, Dome and Museum. people were involved in the design process through
Martin Stockley Associates
Woodwork Consultant By adopting the concept of a shared space the a series of workshops and it is clear that the scheme
Woodscape scheme has transformed a traditional, motorist has improved the experience for many people who
Light Design dominated street scene incorporating rigid features use it. As with all shared spaces however, ensuring
Esther Rolinson
such as kerbs and crossings into one where that the needs of everyone are addressed, including
pedestrians are able to move freely over the whole those experienced by some disabled people, is a
area and have priority over other users. The goal yet to be fully achieved.

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JIM MAYOR
JIM MAYOR

The scheme retains vehicular


access, but is focused on the
needs of the pedestrian

The Commission for Architecture and the Built


Environment (CABE) is Government’s advisor on
architecture, urban design and public space. Streets
are public spaces that we all use everyday; they can
deliver economic environmental and social benefits
for communities and they should be of the highest
design quality. Unfortunately established
development and management processes often
ignore design quality and result in spaces that don’t
work for people.
To begin to create streets fit for people we need to
develop thinking and encourage innovation.
Therefore we are delighted to sponsor this year’s
Streets Award; we see this as an opportunity to
celebrate and learn from those who are delivering
great streets. Brighton and Hove City Council have
made an ambitious commitment to delivering
flexible and enjoyable city streets. In New Road, the
wide carriageway and associated clutter left little
room for people, even though it is in the heart of
the cultural quarter. By working across departments
with talented designers, Brighton and Hove have
transformed New Road into a high quality flexible
space, which has witnessed a flourishing of formal
and informal cultural life, and has become a
destination in its own right.
Sustainability Award sponsored by Aggregate Industries

Civic Justice Centre


Manchester
TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON

TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON

TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON


TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON

TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON

Owner The largest court complex to be built in the UK and address a glazed atrium on one side. Unusually,
Allied London Properties Ltd since 1892, this scheme houses 47 courtrooms and pods within the atrium are used as meeting rooms.
Entrant
Denton Corker Marshall Ltd 75 consultation rooms. The courts and public areas Internal spaces and circulation routes are carefully
Architect have natural ventilation and daylight, providing a considered and planned, allowing court officials
Denton Corker Marshall Ltd
Developer
pleasant working environment for staff. This new and judges to access the courtrooms via
Allied London Properties Ltd scheme is situated in the heart of Manchester’s independent routes away from the public areas.
Landscape Designer Spinningfields quarter, which is in itself undergoing These complicated circulation routes are critical to
Hyland Edgar Driver
Main Contractor considerable regeneration. The design is innovative the function of the building, separating and
Bovis Lend Lease and has readdressed the form and layout for a protecting vulnerable witnesses. This is a dramatic
Quantity Surveyor building with a traditional function. The visual and building which is iconic and impressive at street
Gardiner & Theobald
Services Engineer acoustic separation between public and private level. The building creates its own aura and is
Mott Macdonald areas is very good, and the building materials are commanding of its own character. The scheme is
Structural Engineer
Mott Macdonald
high quality, with spaces feeling calming and wonderfully abstract, and very assertive.
Additional Organisations relaxed. The courts themselves are vertically stacked
Her Majesty's Court Service;
Manchester City Council

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TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON

TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON


This is a dramatic building which is iconic and

TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON


impressive at street level
TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON

TIM GRIFFITH / DANIEL HOPKINSON

Aggregate Industries has been working to be a more


environmentally sustainable business for over 10
years, and for five of these we have been
supporting the Civic Trust as the Special Awards
Sponsor for Sustainability. In March 2009,
Aggregate Industries became the world's first
company to be certified by the BRE (Building
Research Establishment) to BES 6001 the standard
for the responsible sourcing of construction
materials. As a Goldleaf Founding Member of UK
Green Building Council, we also have taken up the
challenge of dramatically changing the shape of the
built environment. We support the Civic Trust
Sustainability Award so that excellence can be
revealed, recognised and rewarded.
Awards

7–9 Merrion Row & The Billets Anglesey Abbey Visitor Centre
Dublin Cambridge
GRAFTON ARCHITECTS

PETER COOK
GRAFTON ARCHITECTS

GRAFTON ARCHITECTS

PETER COOK

PETER COOK
GRAFTON ARCHITECTS

PETER COOK

Entrant This scheme provides new office


Grafton Architects accommodation for the Department of
Architect
Grafton Architects Finance, which links with the adjacent
Main Contractor Government buildings. It includes a 1912 Owner An attractive new facility on the site of a
John Paul Construction The National Trust
Quantity Surveyor
Protected Structure, which raised the previous visitor centre, this scheme is well
Entrant
Leonard & Williams particular challenge of incorporating new Cowper Griffith Architects proportioned and modestly set in its
Services Engineer accommodation within the character of Architect landscape. The estate itself comprises
OPW Engineering Cowper Griffith Architects
Structural Engineer the existing structure. The new office Landscape Designer
around 100 acres of garden and parkland,
Barrett Mahoney development is enhanced by natural light Cowper Griffith Architects & and the elements of the house date back to
and ventilation, making it a pleasant and The National Trust the 12th century. The simple new building
Main Contractor
attractive working environment. The six Haymills accommodates multi use space, which is
chimneys sit well in the surroundings and Quantity Surveyor used for education as well as for private
continue the tradition of the local Dublin Davis Langdon LLP functions. Simply used materials, such as
Services Engineer
roofscape. The main staircase, positioned Max Fordham LLP timber and aluminium introduce an
at the front of the building, is well Structural Engineer industrial reference, and the level of
Scott Wilson
designed and cleverly acts as a sun screen internal finishing is high. This is a truly
and as an acoustic buffer to the city public building designed with visitors in
traffic. The scheme has brought an historic mind. The revenues generated by this
building back into use as an integral part building will undoubtedly mean that the
of the new building complex. gardens can be well maintained for public
use and benefit. A very beautiful and
elegant scheme.
Awards

Avenham Park Pavilion Cadbury Trebor Bassett Dining Block


Preston Redevelopment
Birmingham
PETER COOK/VIEW

PETER COOK
PETER COOK/VIEW

PETER COOK

Owner A new building in an Edward Milner Owner This bold project blends new and old to
Preston City Council designed park, this scheme provides a café, Cadbury Trebor Bassett transform the 1920s Dining Block at the
Entrant Entrant
McChesney Architects toilet facilities, rangers’ base, performance Stanton Williams heart of the Bournville Village
Architect space, and multi function area which can Architects Conservation Area into a new public face
McChesney Architects Stanton Williams;
Landscape Designer
be used as a classroom. The scheme is an Weedon Partnership
and headquarters for this leading global
Fenella Griffin + Edward integral part of the refurbishment of the Developer business. The retained façades have been
Hutchison park. The use of timber detailing reinforces Stanton Williams refurbished, with elements of the old
Main Contractor Main Contractor
John Turner & Sons the building as a gentle addition to the Balfour Beatty Construction reflected in the detailing of the new
Quantity Surveyor park, and the quality of the internal spaces Ltd elevations. The dramatic new atrium forms
Boyden & Company is high, with a light and spacious Quantity Surveyor the centrepiece of the building,
Services Engineer Edmond Shipway
RYB Konsult atmosphere. The pack of cards roof forms Services Engineer accommodating reception, café, display
Structural Engineer an attractive canopy and the lovely Cundall and waiting areas. The intervention of the
Atelier One Structural Engineer
scheme is in a beautiful setting. This is a Faber Maunsell
atrium is simple and efficient, and overall,
popular and well used civic piece of Acoustic Consultant the scheme has made a positive
architecture that responds well to its Equus Partnership contribution to the street scene. The
Project Managers
setting and provides an important facility Atisreal Ltd construction and detailing are good, and
for local residents and visitors to Preston. Planning Supervisor the new south entrance façade with its
Turnberry Consulting deep blade walls in brickwork is an
Additional Organisation
Morey Smith especially elegant solution to the fusion of
old and new. This is a calm building with
a fascinating approach to symmetry.
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City of London Information Centre Clarence and Brewhouse
London Royal William Yard, Plymouth
HUFTON AND CROW

TREVOR BURROWS
TREVOR BURROWS

TREVOR BURROWS
HUFTON AND CROW

HUFTON AND CROW

Owner This imaginative scheme brings new life to Entrant Originally designed by Sir John Renee,
City of London a high profile site. It illustrates how Golley Slater these two Grade I listed Naval buildings
Entrant Architect
Make Architects contemporary design can be successfully Acanthus Ferguson Mann have been renovated and regenerated to
Architect introduced to a heritage context. The Architects provide housing. In a stunning setting,
Make Architects Developer
Developer
building accommodates the state of the art Urban Splash
with views of the river Tamar, the scheme
City of London technology that allows visitors to enjoy Main Contractor also includes a café and exhibition space
Landscape Designer the information service. The scheme is Midas Projects Ltd which encourages wider community
Townshend Landscape Quantity Surveyor
Architects carefully sited to ensure that it doesn’t Davis Langdon LLP involvement. The existing structure has
Main Contractor impede any views of St Paul’s Cathedral. Services Engineer been retained and the interiors are
Skanska Simple in concept and execution, it is Hoare Lee designed as modern interventions,
Quantity Surveyor
Davis Langdon visible and welcoming, and provides a showing a good use of internal space. The
Services Engineer light and airy space. The folded metallic conversion work has been undertaken to
Arup
Structural Engineer
envelope is distinctive and functional, and high design standards using quality
Arup the triangular shape allows the public to materials. Existing materials, such as
Additional Organisations use the widest section whilst staff facilities granite slabs, have been used where
Seele; Watson Steel Structures
are housed in the tip. The full height possible, in line with English Heritage’s
glazed frontage provides natural light, but requirements. Physically, this development
is orientated to avoid solar gain. This is a contributes to the fabric of Plymouth as a
well resolved and satisfying building whole by preserving a set of most striking
executed with panache. and historically rich and significant set of
buildings.
Awards

Clavell Tower Cork City Council Civic Offices


Kimmeridge, Dorset Cork
THE LANDMARK TRUST

JOHN PARKER
JOHN PARKER
THE LANDMARK TRUST

THE LANDMARK TRUST

Owners Built in 1830 as an observatory and folly,


The Landmark Trust; Smedmore the tower was derelict from the 1930s until
Estate
Entrant 2007. Previously at risk from coastal
The Landmark Trust erosion, the tower has been dismantled,
Developer
The Landmark Trust
moved 25 metres inland and restored for
Main Contractor holiday letting. The small internal spaces Owner The result of a competition, this scheme
Carrek within this historic folly have been Cork City Council provides an administrative building and
Structural Engineer Entrant
SFK Consulting imaginatively used to provide attractive ABK Architects car parking. Previously a surface car park,
accommodation. The structure has been Architect the project is structured around two
ABK Architects
rebuilt on new foundations, and all Access Consultant
dramatic spaces. The top lit civic hall and
materials used in the restoration have been ABK Architects narrow stair hall are formed between the
reclaimed or locally sourced. The tower is Developer classical façade of the existing City Hall,
Cleary Doyle Contracting Ltd
a significant feature in the landscape and Main Contractor and this new building. The scheme forms a
can be seen for miles around. Its Cleary Doyle Contracting Ltd new covered street for the city which also
restoration has aroused considerable local Quantity Surveyor serves as a foyer to the concert hall and a
Cleary Doyle Contracting Ltd
interest and has also attracted visitors Services Engineer public meeting place. The stair hall is a
from all over the country. The careful Homan O' Brien Associates central place for staff, providing space for
Structural Engineer
restoration of this landmark building has Michael Punch + Partners
networking and connecting the various
preserved this historic folly for the future. Additional Organisation levels of the building. The outer glazing of
Billings Design the double façade is fritted with a graded
pattern to give shading from the sun and
also acts as a buffer from wind and city
noise.

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Cork Institute of Technology Cranfield Stringfellow Hall,
Cork Student Accommodation
Cranfield, Bedfordshire
CORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

PETER COOK

PETER COOK
PETER COOK
CORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

PETER COOK

PETER COOK

Owner With 12,000 registered students and over Owner As part of a rationalisation of its estate,
Cork Institute of Technology 1,500 staff, the Cork Institute of Cranfield University the university is moving from three
Entrant Entrant
de Blacam and Meagher Technology has four separate campuses. A Stanton Williams campuses to two, requiring new residential
Architects combination of full and part time students Architect buildings at the main Cranfield site. This
Architect Stanton Williams
de Blacam and Meagher Boyd
attends a wide range of courses, including Landscape Designer
restrained scheme comprises five new
Barrett Murphy O'Conner evening and weekend classes and Christopher Bradley-Hole buildings providing accommodation for
Landscape Designer continuing professional development Landscape 250 students. The scheme is sensitively
de Blacam and Meagher Boyd Main Contractor
Barrett Murphy O'Conner studies. The scheme represents the latest Mansell Construction Services sited in relation to the existing 1960’s
Main Contractors addition to the main campus, which covers Ltd buildings and forms an attractive
PJ Hegarty; J.F. Supple Ltd 80 acres. Home to a new administration Quantity Surveyor landscaped access route. Internal spaces
Quantity Surveyor Northcroft
Bruce Shaw Partnership and building, a student centre and tourism and Services Engineer are spacious, and all student rooms are
AKC Chartered Surveyors hospitality building, the scheme is a real K J Tait either east or west facing, ensuring that
Services Engineers Structural Engineer
Arup; John O'Donovan &
benefit to the growing Institute. Including Barton Engineers
they benefit from maximum natural light.
Associates; Homan O'Brien & six teaching kitchens, two production Planning Supervisor This is a well considered plan which
Associates kitchens and lecture theatre, the new Davis Langdon creates interesting spaces and views. The
Structural Engineers Project Managers
Arup Consulting Engineers; building provides the latest facilities for Schal new buildings fit well into the existing
Malachy Walsh and Partners students of all ages in an attractive Fire Consultant campus, and the timber façade is attractive
environment. BRCS and well done, resulting in a simple
Acoustic Consultant
Sandy Brown Associates elegance. A good, robust, low budget
scheme.
Awards

Hanover Quay Hothouse


Dublin Hackney, London
GERRY O’LEARY

NICK GUTTRIDGE

NICK GUTTRIDGE
GERRY O’LEARY

GERRY O’LEARY

NICK GUTTRIDGE
GERRY O’LEARY

Owner Part of the Dublin Docklands Masterplan, Owner Hothouse is a workspace, resource and
Hanover Quay Partnership & this scheme is composed of two urban FreeForm Arts Trust venue for the local community. Built on a
Dublin Dockland Development Entrant
Authority blocks, enclosing private courtyards. Ash Sakula Architects brownfield site and adjacent to a mainline
Entrant Predominantly residential, it also houses Architect railway viaduct, the building is long and
O’Mahony Pike Architects Ash Sakula Architects
Architect
offices and retail facilities. A high density Access Consultant
narrow. The scheme has been
O'Mahony Pike Architects development, the scheme provides good Design Access imaginatively designed and developed to
Developer spaces, setting and context. It combines Landscape Designer overcome its limitations and make full use
Hanover Quay Partnership Ash Sakula Architects
Landscape Designer private and social housing, and Main Contractor of its potential. The main rooms overlook
Brady Shipman Martin commendably, does not differentiate Mansell Construction Services a neighbouring park, whilst brick wings
Main Contractor between the two. The courtyards provide a Ltd shield the affected windows from the noise
Hanover Quay Partnership Quantity Surveyor
Quantity Surveyor quiet ambience well away from the noise Faithful & Gould and intrusiveness of the railway. The
John Sisk & Son Ltd of urban road traffic that surrounds the Services Engineer elevation facing the park is particularly
Services Engineer Michael Popper Associates
Delap & Waller Consulting
site, and are well used by residents and Structural Engineer
successful with the amoeba shaped
Engineers their children. Animation is provided by Dewhurst MacFarlane windows creating an attractively lit feature
Structural Engineer the cafés and restaurants at street level, at night. This is a good scheme, developed
Burke Jenkins Consulting
Engineers which engage well with the community. on a tight budget, which brings benefits to
Fire Consultant This is a well mannered piece of the area and local community. The scheme
Michael Slattery & Associates architecture which provides a mixed use is popular and is highly regarded for its
Additional Organisations
Lumon; facility, and introduces a new way or educational and social benefits.
Diarmuid Gavin Designs urban living.

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Kew Treetop Walkway and Rhizotron Kielder Observatory, Kielder Water
Kew and Forest Park
Northumberland
PETER DURANT

CHARLES BARCLAY
CHARLES BARCLAY

Owner The observatory is an all-timber 'land pier'


Forestry Commission standing on Black Fell above Kielder
Entrant
Charles Barclay Architects Water. It is an astronomical observatory
Owner This clever scheme takes visitors 18 metres Architect housing two telescopes in rotating turrets,
Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew Charles Barclay Architects
up into the tree canopy for a bird’s eye Main Contractor
a warm room, toilet and kitchen. Designed
Entrant
Marks Barfield Architects view of Kew Gardens. The ‘Rhizotron’, Stephen Mersh for educational and amateur use, the
Architect entered through an apparent crack in the Quantity Surveyor facility can be used by large groups. The
Marks Barfield Architects Burke Hunter Adams
Access Consultant
ground, is a walk-in viewing area Structural Engineer building also acts as an observation area
Earnscliffe Davis Associates illustrating the world of tree root biology. Michael Hadi Associates for the forest during the day, and provides
Main Contractor The Walkway is beautifully designed and Additional Organisation a series of spaces which allow several
WS Britland John Aynsley Architectural
Quantity Surveyor constructed, and the use of meshes and Metalwork groups to use the scheme at the same time.
Fanshawe grilles provides lightness to the structure. Power is generated entirely on site by a
Structural Engineer Whilst obviously an engineered structure, 2.5kw wind turbine and photovoltaics,
Jane Wernick Associates
the scheme allows the natural elements to whilst heat is provided by a woodburning
dominate the environment. The corten stove. Delicately placed in the landscape,
steel supports mingle successfully with the this is a unique building that provides a
tree trunks, and were strategically placed stimulating environment for introduction
as a result of intelligent research to to astronomy by night, and an enjoyable
ascertain the position of tree roots. The destination for walkers during the day.
scheme is proving extremely popular,
providing education and interest, and
broadening the overall enjoyment of a
visit to the gardens.
Awards

Kings Place Maggie’s Centre


Islington, London Hammersmith, London
RICHARD BRYANT/ARCAID.CO.UK 2008

RICHARD BRYANT
RICHARD BRYANT

RICHARD BRYANT
RICHARD BRYANT/ARCAID.CO.UK 2008

RICHARD BRYANT/ARCAID.CO.UK 2008

RICHARD BRYANT

Owner A new architectural landmark offering an Owner The first Maggie’s Centre in England, this
Parabola Land Ltd exciting mix of facilities, including offices, Maggie’s Centre scheme is located at Charing Cross
Entrant Entrant
Dixon Jones Ltd arts venue and public space. The office Rogers Stirk Harbour + hospital and provides support, information
Architect accommodation subsidises the building of Partners and a place to relax for cancer patients.
Dixon Jones Ltd Architect
Access Consultant
the cultural venue, combining the Rogers Stirk Harbour +
Internal spaces are well planned and
Tuffin Ferraby Taylor commercial environment with civic Partners perfectly detailed, with a mixture of open
Developer involvement. Close to the largest Access Consultant spaces and individual rooms. The building
Parabola Land Ltd Vin Goodwin
Landscape Designer regeneration area in London, the scheme is Landscape Designer is naturally ventilated, and includes
Dixon Jones Ltd situated in a large residential community. Dan Pearson Studio internal and roof gardens; each room
Main Contractor Despite its city centre location, the site Main Contractor opens onto an internal garden space. The
Sir Robert McAlpine Rok
Quantity Surveyor enjoys water on two sides, making it a Quantity Surveyor use of materials is exciting and robust,
Gardiner & Theobald tranquil and attractive space. The three Turner and Townsend and provides a relaxing, non institutional
Services Engineer Services Engineer
Arup Newcastle
layered glass façade provides protection Arup
facility. Landscaping is particularly
Structural Engineer from the sun and street noise, as well as Structural Engineer important in this scheme, given the
Arup Newcastle being a distinctive public face. The level of Arup relatively harsh physical nature of the
Project Managers Planning Supervisor
Gardiner & Theobald detailing is excellent and the overall TSP Schal Ltd surrounding urban environment. This
Management Services scheme has an attractive simplicity. The Approved Inspectors building is a unique response to a
Acoustic Consultant scheme is quite imposing but manages to Butler & Young Group complex, bustling city street. It is an open
Arup Acoustics Lighting Consultants
Additional Organisation retain good engagement at street level, Speirs & Major Associates house, protected from its immediate
Arup Façades with pedestrians being able to see into the Fire Consultant environment, a welcoming, inspirational
Warrington Fire Consultants
building. refuge for its visitors.

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New Art Exchange New Cancer Research Facility, Beatson
Nottingham Institute for Cancer Research UK and
the University of Glasgow
Glasgow
HELENE BINET

PAUL ZANRE
HELENE BINET

HELENE BINET

PAUL ZANRE

PAUL ZANRE

PAUL ZANRE
PAUL ZANRE
HELENE BINET

Owner Located on the site of the original art Owner This new build provides state of the art
New Art Exchange exchange, this scheme provides an arts Beatson Institute for Cancer research facilities, housing a directorate,
Entrant Research
Hawkins Brown centre which is devoted to the promotion Entrant seminar rooms, lecture theatre, social area
Architect of black and Asian arts. The 4 storey Reiach and Hall Architects and laboratory. It brings together all the
Hawkins Brown Architect
Access Consultant
building accommodates a gallery, Reiach and Hall Architects
cancer research facilities within the
Nottingham City Council workshop spaces, studios and rehearsal Access Consultant University of Glasgow. The building is a
Access spaces. The scheme engages with the local Reiach and Hall Architects crystalline cube, which contrasts with the
Developer Developer
New Art Exchange community by placing a café at the University of Glasgow Estates & historic nature of the site, and its ground
Main Contractor entrance. A high quality design, the Buildings with Cancer Research floor opens up into the surrounding walled
Bodill and Sons Exchange is a sophisticated and UK garden. The full length windows and glass
Quantity Surveyor Landscape Designer
Davis Langdon welcoming addition to an urban Ian White Associates walls allow light into the centre of the
Services Engineer neighbourhood. The layout of the building Main Contractor building, providing an inspiring working
Furness Green Partnership Balfour Beatty Construction
Structural Engineer
has been well thought out and the double Ltd
environment and stunning views. The
Price and Myers height gallery on the ground floor is Quantity Surveyor internal layout is well thought out, and
Acoustic Consultant particularly airy and visually exciting. Set Turner & Townsend uses high quality materials. Designed by
Ion Acoustics Services Engineer
Project Managers in a Victorian neighbourhood, the building Hulley & Kirkwood an artist, the innovative patterned glass
Focus Consultants is distinguished by its wonderful black Structural Engineer external glazing functions as an unusual
Theatre Consultant brick façade. Natural ventilation and light URS Corporation solar screen. The form and materials are
Charcoal Blue Acoustic Consultant
Additional Organisation are provided by the quirky, different sized RMP Acoustic Consultants very modern, reflecting the advanced
Nottingham City Council windows which offer unusual and Planning Supervisor nature of the research work.
Planning Beattie Watkinson Planning
intriguing views into the building. Supervisors
Additional Organisation
Arup Façades
Awards

New Street Square Northumbria University –


London City Campus East
Newcastle upon Tyne
PETER COOK

JAMES BREWER SLR CONSULTING


JAMES BREWER SLR CONSULTING

JAMES BREWER SLR CONSULTING

Owner The scheme comprises a new public realm


Northumbria University for two university schools, a new bridge
Entrant
SLR Consulting Ltd and the redesign of an existing quad to
Architect provide a square. The overall development
SLR Consulting Ltd (Public
Owner The scheme creates a contemporary Realm) & Atkins (City Campus
links the two campuses across the
Land Securities plc destination with a substantial group of carriageway and railway line which
East buildings)
Entrant
buildings set around a new public square. Developer separates them. This well used new route
Bennetts Associates Architects
Northumbria University
Architect A series of pedestrian routes integrates the Landscape Designer provides an excellent connection for staff,
Bennetts Associates Architects
Access Consultant
development with the lanes and courts SLR Consulting Ltd; Landscape students and the public between the city
which characterise the adjacent Fleet Management Services Ltd centre and other areas; it is pleasantly
All Clear Design
(Landscape Contractor - Ellison
Developer Street conservation area. The varying landscaped with some fine sculptures with
Square)
Land Securities plc
Landscape Designer height of the buildings maximises sun Main Contractors a gentle gradient. The curved space
Sir Robert McAlpine (Contrac-
Whitelaw Turkington penetration, and the tallest is a talisman of tor for City Campus East);
between the buildings is filled with giant
Main Contractor the scheme. Well detailed materials have granite pods which provide informal
Volker Stevin (Intersite Bridge)
Sir Robert McAlpine
been used to unify the diverse spaces, with Quantity Surveyor seating, and can also be used as raised
Quantity Surveyor
Turner and Townsend
Davis Langdon dark stone ‘rugs’ defining performance Services Engineer podia on which to display work. The
Services Engineer
Cundall
spaces and movement routes. The palate of Faber Maunsell (for City university community was involved in
stone, glass and steel is softened by an Campus East) much of the design, with the distinctive
Structural Engineer
Structural Engineer
Pell Frischmann attractive growing green wall; just one of sculptural screen gates being designed by
WSP Consulting Engineers (for
Additional Organisation
Simon Harris & Co many pieces of sculpture which provide City Campus East) a student.
Project Managers
interest and character to the scheme. The Gardiner & Theobald
urban regeneration project brings vitality Additional Organisations
to this area, as well as providing a new Nicolaus Wilderberg, Landscape
Management Services Ltd
public space which makes a considerable
local economic impact.
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Reiss HQ Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital
London Brighton
WILL PRYCE

DAVID BARBOUR / BDP


DAVID BARBOUR / BDP

DAVID BARBOUR / BDP


WILL PRYCE

WILL PRYCE
WILL PRYCE

Owner This is a flagship building in an area Owner This scheme successfully meets the
Reiss Limited composed of offices, retail, bars, Children’s Ark Partnerships Ltd challenge of integrating the proposed
Entrant Entrant
Squire and Partners restaurants and housing. It is a good BDP paediatric hospital within an already
Architect mixed use development, which houses the Architect congested medical site. The site was
Squire and Partners BDP
Developer
store, design studios, managerial hub, Developer
restrictive, which led to the construction of
Squire and Partners owner’s penthouse – and at the rear of the Children’s Ark Partnerships Ltd the striking ark like building on the steep
Main Contractor building, an additional 13 dwellings. Landscape Designer hill. With its horizontal alignment, curved
Como BDP
Quantity Surveyor Whilst the HQ building is contemporary Main Contractor white walls and busy window proportions,
Davis Langdon and striking, the apartments are designed Kajima Construction Europe the scheme fits harmoniously with its
Services Engineer behind a retained Victorian façade. The (UK) Ltd surroundings. Very sympathetic to
Hilson Moran Quantity Surveyor
Structural Engineer Reiss building is concealed behind a Gardiner & Theobald M.S. children, the building includes top floor
Fluid Structures dramatic and innovative opaque milled Services Engineer play decks which open out into the fresh
Project Managers BDP
Buro Four Project Services
acrylic ‘veil’, which is lit by LED light Structural Engineer
air. Maximum use has been made of
Additional Organisations strips. Designed to take on the shimmering BDP natural daylight, with a proliferation of
The London Planning Practice; quality of silk, the bespoke façade is Lighting Consultants windows, some of which are located at
d-raw associates BDP
extremely effective as the entire building Acoustic Consultant children’s height levels. Through careful
glows at night. This densely designed BDP design, the scheme has placed a window in
project sits well with the scale and Fire Consultant all inhabited rooms, including operating
Safe Consulting
complexity of the surrounding buildings. Additional Organisations theatres, making the hospital a pleasant
Beautifully detailed, the scheme reflects Lesley Greene Arts Consultant; and airy working environment. The
New Church Health Planners
the company’s branding and the style of scheme has made an important civic
the street. contribution to Brighton’s skyline.
Awards

Runnymede Civic Offices Samworth Enterprise Academy


Surrey Leicester
PETER COOK / VIEW

MARTINE HAMILTON-KNIGHT
PETER COOK / VIEW

MARTINE HAMILTON-KNIGHT
PETER COOK / VIEW

MARTINE HAMILTON-KNIGHT

Owner This newly completed scheme provides a


Runnymede Borough Council civic facility and contains police station,
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Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios library, café and council accommodation.
Architect The main bulk of the building is set back Owner A new academy for 3 – 16 year olds which
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Academy Trust: Department for
Access Consultant
from the street to create a generous public also provides religious and sporting
Children, Schools and Families;
All Clear Design space around an existing mature oak tree. David Samworth; Diocese of facilities, and is open to the community
Landscape Designer The clever geometry allows natural light Leicester outside school hours. Located in a difficult
Grant Associates Entrant
Main Contractor into the building providing a welcoming Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
borough, the school is acting as a catalyst
Willmott Dixon and attractive working environment. The Architect for community integration. A central street
Quantity Surveyor double height entrance hall engages with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios connects three different wings, with the
Davis Langdon Access Consultant
Services Engineer visitors, affording a long view of the Buro Happold DDC communal dining hall and new church
Max Fordham council offices beyond, together with Landscape Designer located at the entrance. Both spaces are
Structural Engineer Churchman Landscape
Dewhurst Macfarlane and
routes through to the library, café, toilets used by the community, and the dining
Architects
Partners and interview rooms. The building defines Main Contractor room in particular is well lit, colourful and
Acoustic Consultant the space and adds to the original context Gleeson Building Ltd open. Natural lighting is maximised with
Applied Acoustic Design Quantity Surveyor
Project Managers and the street. It is a very strong example Davis Langdon
large areas of glazing to one wall in each
Buro Four of a positive contribution to the civic Services Engineer room. Clustering space is provided by the
Planning Supervisor realm, providing an identity for the Buro Happold courtyards, and overall spatial distribution
Mann Williams Structural Engineer
Fire Consultant council and a strong focal point for the Buro Happold and flexibility are good, providing a
Jeremy Gardner Associates community. Additional Organisation surprising sense of community for such a
St Christopher's Church large building. This is an exciting,
stimulating and yet functional scheme,
which is a real achievement for a school.
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St Pancras Station ‘The Collection’, City and County Museum
London Lincoln
LONDON AND CONTINENTAL RAILWAYS

HELENE BINET

HELENE BINET
LONDON AND CONTINENTAL RAILWAYS

LONDON AND CONTINENTAL RAILWAYS

HELENE BINET

Owner Originally renowned for George Gilbert


Union Railways (North) Limited Scott’s station building and Midland Owner This new museum is at the heart of a
& London and Continental Lincolnshire County Council
Railways Grand Hotel, and William Barlow’s soaring regeneration area and is part of a plan to
and Lincoln City Council
Entrant train shed, St Pancras Station has been Entrant establish a cultural quarter. The museum
London Borough of Camden
Architect
beautifully reorganised, extended and Panter Hudspith Architects houses archaeological and historical
Architect
Sir Norman Foster and Alistair modernised. Now accommodating the Panter Hudspith Architects
artefacts and is well used by the
Lansley Eurostar service, new Thameslink station Main Contractor community. The design of the museum has
Developer Caddick Construction Ltd
London and Continental and Underground ticket hall, the scheme been developed to create connections
Quantity Surveyor
Railways has updated the station, making it a real Burke Hunter Adams throughout the site and improve links with
Main Contractor European facility. This is a top quality Services Engineer an adjoining gallery and gardens. The
Rail Link Engineering Arup
Services Engineer scheme which has brought back the external courtyard allows activities within
Structural Engineer
Bechtel Ltd romance and grandeur of arriving in Price & Myers the museum to spill out in summer
Structural Engineer
Ove Arup & Partners
London by rail. The scheme itself has acted Project Managers months, while also creating a new public
Focus Consultants
as a tremendous catalyst for the Additional Organisations
space for Lincoln. Internal spaces are
regeneration of the surrounding area, Event Communications; carefully and creatively designed; the
bringing investment in shops, restaurants Hickton Consultants lecture theatre is eye shaped which makes
and local transport links. The station has for a better relationship between the
been transformed into a destination in its audience, speaker and screens.
own right, without neglecting its This is a beautiful building, with superb
architectural heritage, and is used by a and clever views of the cathedral through
local, national and international carefully placed windows.
community.
Awards

The De La Warr Pavilion Victoria Square


Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex Belfast
PETER COOK

DAVID BARBOUR / BDP


DAVID BARBOUR / BDP
PETER COOK

Owner Originally designed by Erich Mendelsohn Owner A new retail led, mixed use scheme which
De La Warr Pavilion and Serge Chermeyeff, and opened in Commerz Grundbesitz is a real enhancement to Belfast’s
Entrant Investmentgesellschaft (CGI)
John McAslan + Partners 1935, this restoration and transformation Entrant streetscape. The scheme provides a good
Architect scheme has brought a stunning building BDP continuation of the street outside, with
John McAslan + Partners Architect
Access Consultant
back into public use. Now housing a new BDP
natural ventilation. The streets are
David Bonnett Associates reception area, foyer, gallery, terrace, sun Access Consultant protected from rain by oversailing glass
Developer parlour and theatre, the updated Pavilion Donaldsons canopies, which preserve the light and
De La Warr Pavilion Trust Developer
Main Contractor brings a real benefit to residents and Multi Development promote the outdoor ambience. The
Heasman Spicer visitors. Both the restoration and Corporation Ltd (and in-house scheme has filled a retail gap without
Quantity Surveyor extensions integrate in a restrained architect T+T Design) resorting to a standard mall, and provides
Maynard Mortimer & Gibbons Landscape Designer
Services Engineer manner, whilst the new South East BDP a well used civic facility. Materials are
Rybka staircase opens up the roof top terrace and Main Contractor hard wearing, and the construction and
Structural Engineer Farrans-Gilbert Ash (FGA)
FJ Samuely and Partners
improves the flow and circulation through Quantity Surveyors
detailing of the scheme are of a high
Project Managers the building. This work has maintained the Cyril Sweett; Gardiner & quality. The showpiece dome in the centre
Cragg Management Services vibrant quality of the original and given it Theobald of the scheme provides an unusual
Planning Supervisor Services Engineers
WSA a new lease of life, proving that excellent BDP; JBE Building Services; viewing area which has become an iconic
design transcends time. This is a landmark Vaughan Engineering Services image on the city skyline. Proving
building for Bexhill, and its Ltd extremely popular, the dome provides a
Structural Engineer
transformation gives a new identity to the BDP vantage point over the city, which is
civic landscape, providing a popular accessible to all.
cultural and meeting venue.
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Westminster Academy at the
Naim Dangoor Centre
Westminster, London
TIMOTHY SOAR
TIMOTHY SOAR

TIMOTHY SOAR

Owner A new secondary school housing 1175


Westminster Academy, pupils, the scheme is located in a gritty
Westminster City Council,
Department for Children, urban context where 95% of pupils are
Schools and Families and bilingual. Designed around an open
Exilarch Foundation
Entrant
atrium, the 5 storey school provides a
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris secure and stimulating environment. The
LLP main building is large and clad in glazed
Architect
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris terracotta panels ranging from bottle
LLP green to yellow in stratified bands, yet it
Developer does not dominate its site or the
BDP
Landscape Designer surroundings. To the south, projecting
BDP balconies at each level protect the teaching
Main Contractor
Galliford Try
spaces from the sun. In contrast to the
Quantity Surveyor colour-banded exterior the interior is more
Davis Langdon neutral but enlivened by acoustic baffles
Services Engineer
BDP and bold graphics which pick up the
Structural Engineer colours used outside. The scheme is
BDP vibrant and well liked by the local
Project Managers
Studio Myerscough; Exilarch community, who use the sporting facilities
Foundation; Capita Symonds outside school hours.
Commendations

5 Aldermanbury Square Brockwell Lido Culloden Battlefield


London London Memorial Centre
Inverness
TIMOTHY SAUR

DAVID CHURCHILL

ANDREW LEE PHOTOGRAPHY


DAVID CHURCHILL

ANDREW LEE PHOTOGRAPHY


DAVID CHURCHILL
TIMOTHY SAUR

ANDREW LEE PHOTOGRAPHY

Sitting between a square and a street, this Originally designed by Rowbotham and
scheme re-establishes a physical and Smithson, this 1930s lido has been saved
visual connection between the two, and for the community. The scheme has The result of an international design
creates a third space. The new hard refurbished, and in part rebuilt the lido, competition, this scheme replaces existing
landscaping provides seating, a water which now includes dance studio, gym facilities and includes a conference venue,
feature and a cascade. The scheme opens and children’s activity centre. The scheme café, shop and staff accommodation. The
up an old Roman thoroughfare, and brings is a good example of how an existing scheme is built in a conservation area, and
the cityscape to ground level, whilst facility can be brought up to date without sits unobtrusively in the landscape. The
making connections across the wider site. losing the historical qualities of the challenge of designing a naturally
This new scheme has made a contribution existing building. Local people were ventilated building that could respond to
to the area, and relieves congestion with extensively consulted during the design extremely high visitor loads was met by a
its generous ground floor public spaces. process, and the facilities are well used. passive ventilation system, combining
opening windows and low-level vents,
Owner Owner with high-level ventilation via parapets
Scottish Widows Lambeth Council and roof cowls.
Entrant Leaseholder
Eric Parry Architects Fusion Lifestyle
Architect Entrant Owner
Eric Parry Architects Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects National Trust for Scotland
Access Consultant Architect Entrant
David Bonnet Associates Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects Gareth Hoskins Architects Ltd
Developer Developer Architect
Hanover Cube (Development Manager) Fusion Lifestyle Gareth Hoskins Architects Ltd
Landscape Designer Main Contractor Access Consultant
Eric Parry Architects Cosmur Construction Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Main Contractor Quantity Surveyor Landscape Designer
Bovis Graham Bryant Gross Max
Quantity Surveyor Services Engineer Main Contractor
Northcroft Stewart Anthony Limited Morrison Construction
Services Engineer Structural Engineer Quantity Surveyor
Hilson Moran Partnership Conisbee Thomas & Adamson
Structural Engineer User Group Services Engineer
Ramboll Whitbybird Brockwell Lido Users Group Max Fordham LLP
Planning Supervisor Interior Design Structural Engineer
Northcroft Revolution Design David Narro Associates
Fire Consultant Project Managers
SAFE Jacobs Babtie
Lighting Consultants Planning Supervisor
Spiers & Major Associates Stewart Anderson Associates
Commendations

Debenhams Drill Hall, Universities at East Thames Headquarters


Liverpool Medway London
Kent
DAVID BARBOUR

NICK GUTTRIDGE

CHRIS GASCOIGNE PHOTOGRAPHY


DAVID BARBOUR

CHRIS GASCOIGNE PHOTOGRAPHY


NICK GUTTRIDGE
DAVID BARBOUR

The scheme provides headquarters for one


of London’s largest registered social
landlords. Accommodating 650 staff, the
building is sited amongst family housing.
The clear glazing engages well with the
street, and encourages local people to use
An anchor store of the new Liverpool One This ambitious scheme brings together a the ground floor public café. The
retail scheme, the project demonstrates number of educational institutions onto a courtyard is attractive, and the scheme is
contemporary urban retail design. The single site and acts as a catalyst for local highly energy efficient. A new church was
entrance façade in clear structural glass is regeneration. The site encompasses Grade designed as part of the scheme, which
dramatic and provides a clean and open II listed buildings designed by Sir Henry enhances local engagement. It is inspiring
feel to one of the main access points to the Pilkington and the scheme combines new to see a social landlord investing in a high
retail development. The cantilevered and build with refurbishment. The entrance quality building.
curved café flies above steps leading to a area is dramatic and the retention of the
new park; the curved form of the café full length of the original drill hall as the Owner
helps to reinforce the enclosure of the library is a real technical feat. Structural East Thames Group
Entrant
elevated park. interventions are appropriate and well Fletcher Priest Architects
executed, resulting in a building of unique Architect
Fletcher Priest Architects
Owner character. Access Consultant
Grosvenor Limited
David Bonnett Associates
Entrant
Owner Developer
Grosvenor Limited
University of Kent First Base / Laing O'Rourke
Architect
Entrant Landscape Designer
BDP
RMJM Charles Funke Associates
Developer
Architect Main Contractor
Grosvenor Limited
Stephen Cutler Laing O'Rourke
Landscape Designer
Access Consultant Quantity Surveyor
BDP
Invicta Chartered Surveryors Davis Langdon
Main Contractor
Developer Services Engineer
Laing O Rourke
RMJM London Waterman Services
Quantity Surveyor
Landscape Designer Structural Engineer
Davis Langdon
RMJM Waterman Structures
Services Engineer
Main Contractor Acoustic Consultant
WSP
Wallis Kier Applied Acoustic Design
Structural Engineer
Quantity Surveyor Additional Organisations
Waterman Group
Northcroft Ramboll Whitbybird; DEGW
Additional architect
Groupe 6 Services Engineer
Faber Maunsell

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El Ray Herbert Art Gallery and Jerwood Space
Dungeness, Kent Museum Southwark, London
Coventry
PAUL SMOOTHY AND CHRIS GASCOIGNE

MORLEY VON STERNBERG

DENNIS GILBERT
PAUL SMOOTHY AND CHRIS GASCOIGNE

DENNIS GILBERT

The result of a competition, this scheme


encompasses the refurbishment and
extension of an existing art gallery and
museum. The extension creates an inviting
new front to the gallery, whilst the glazed
arcade and sweep of steps complete the The scheme provides an excellent non
enclosure of the square. This is a profit rehearsal facility, with gallery and
A new two bedroomed family house, this successful civic building and makes a real restaurant. The new building and
scheme develops the local tradition of contribution to the public realm. It conversion work has been undertaken
improvisation and experimentation. The transforms the historic centre of Coventry boldly and with imagination to
new house incorporates a 19th century and links a busy street with the quieter delightfully transform the war damaged
railway carriage that formed the basis of spaces of the square and cathedral. school buildings. The new performance
the original, smaller house. With a sense spaces are busy and popular, both with the
of fun and quirkiness, this scheme is a Owner management and the users. The interiors
gem of an architectural solution. Clever Coventry City Council are nicely detailed, and the atmosphere is
Entrant
and unusual, this is a good example of an Pringle Richards Sharratt Architects vibrant and energetic. Overall, the scheme
eccentric seaside building, which is Architect has made a positive impact on the
Pringle Richards Sharratt Architects
particularly fitting in its Dungeness Beach Access Consultant
regeneration of the area.
location. Earnscliffe Access for People
Developer Owner
Coventry City Council Jerwood Space
Owner Landscape Designer
Private owner Entrant
Edward Hutchison Landscape Architects Munkenbeck+Partners Architects
Entrant Main Contractor
Simon Conder Associates Architect
Galliford Try Construction Munkenbeck+Partners Architects
Architect Quantity Surveyor
Simon Conder Associates Main Contractor
Turner & Townsend Harris Calnan
Main Contractor Services Engineer
Ecolibrium Solutions Quantity Surveyor
SVM Consulting Engineers Jackson Coles
Quantity Surveyor Structural Engineer
Listers Services Engineer
Alan Baxter & Associates Atelier Ten
Services Engineer Project Managers
Zef Structural Engineer
Gardiner & Theobald Management Services Dewhurst MacFarlane
Structural Engineer Acoustic Consultant
Fluid Structures Acoustic Consultant
Sandy Brown Associates Sandy Brown Associates
Lighting Consultants
Lichttechnik Martin Klingler
Planning Supervisor
Philip Pank Partnership
Fire Consultant
WSP Buildings
Commendations

Kings Norton Restoration Lifestyle Academy, Lincoln Place


Birmingham Newcastle College Dublin
Newcastle
KENNETH FISHER

CHRIS GASCOIGNE/VIEW

ROS KAVANAGH PHOTOGRAPHY


KENNETH FISHER

ROS KAVANAGH PHOTOGRAPHY

ROS KAVANAGH PHOTOGRAPHY


CHRIS GASCOIGNE/VIEW

Winner of the second BBC2 Restoration


series in 2004, the project involved the
restoration of two medieval timber-framed This new build provides college facilities
buildings. A community led scheme, the for a range of subjects, including sport,
restoration has resulted in facilities for beauty and hospitality. It is also a training
both tourism and education. This project resource for businesses throughout the The scheme provides a small office
has brought back to life a complex of region, and operates some commercial building extension on a narrow triangle.
ancient buildings, previously suffering health and beauty facilities. An imposing The new building is connected through to
from lack of investment. They are and large building, the academy has the existing one at first floor level. This
enjoying a new lease of life and should excellent views of the city. The visual new space has improved the working
now provide a valuable community impact and character of the building is environment; there are well-lit floorplates
resource for many years to come. highest in the evening when light filters which divide up well for open areas and
through the random window arrangement. enclosed offices for separate divisions
Owner within the organisation. The new building
Parochial Church Council of Kings Norton Owner fills a vacant corner which is highly visible
Entrant Newcastle College
APEC Architects in the city; it is modern though
Entrant
Architect RMJM appropriate for the site.
APEC Architects Architect
Main Contractor RMJM
Linford Building (Midlands) Owner
Access Consultant
Quantity Surveyor Sheehan & Co Solicitors
ADAPT
Ridge and Partners Entrant
Developer
Services Engineer McCullough Mulvin Architects
Newcastle College
Briar Associates Architect
Landscape Designer
Structural Engineer McCullough Mulvin Architects
LAND
Hancock Wheeldon and Ascough Main Contractor
Main Contractor
Additional Organisation Hassett Construction
Sir Robert McAlpine
Birmingham Archaeology Quantity Surveyor
Quantity Surveyor
John D Skelly & Associates
Todd Milburn Partnership
Services Engineer
Services Engineer
Niall MacManus
Greenroom
Structural Engineer
Structural Engineer
Kavanagh Mansfield & Partners
Create Engineering
Acoustic Consultant
Sandy Brown Associates
Project Managers
Turner & Townsend
Additional Organisations
EXRM, Technogym
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mima & Centre Square Minstead Study Centre Mount St Anne’s
Middlesbrough Winchester Dublin
CHRISTIAN RICHTERS FOR EEA

MIKE PEET

GERRY O’LEARY
MIKE PEET

GERRY O’LEARY

GERRY O’LEARY
CHRISTIAN RICHTERS FOR EEA

GERRY O’LEARY

A new gallery of modern art which brings


together the town’s collection. Including
education facilities and café, the scheme is
surrounded by a new public space. The
gallery provides a dramatic glazed front to
the square, and shows a good choice of The scheme provides residential courses
materials. The scheme is liked by local for primary school aged children and
people and is playing an important role in promotes a respect for nature and Located in a suburb of Dublin, this
regenerating the emerging Cultural sustainable living. The building is residential scheme provides 172 units of
Quarter. The building makes a bold constructed from locally sourced timber social and private housing. A combination
statement about external space which is and the overall use of materials is good. of apartments and houses, the scheme
especially suitable for such a gallery. The scheme replaces a number of feels spacious. The buildings are well
temporary buildings, and can designed, with no differentiation between
Owner accommodate up to 38 residents. social and private housing. Excellent
Middlesbrough Council Sustainability has been a clear driver for attention has been given to the materials
Entrant
Middlesbrough Council the scheme, and the heat source and and the public realm has a generosity of
Architect ventilation are both commendable. space. The grounds are attractive, leading
Erick van Egeraat Associated Architects
Developer
to a great sense of openness, and are used
Middlesbrough Council Owner by residents and local people.
Landscape Designer Minstead Study Centre
West 8 Entrant
Main Contractor Hampshire County Council Entrant
Miller Construction Architect O’Mahony Pike Architects
Quantity Surveyor Hampshire County Council Architects Architect
Gardiner & Theobald - Newcastle Access Consultant O'Mahony Pike Architects
Services Engineer Hampshire County Council Architects Developer
Buro Happold Landscape Designer Park Develoments Group
Structural Engineer Hampshire County Council Architects Landscape Designer
Buro Happold Main Contractor Brady Shipman Martin
Project Managers Carillion Plc Main Contractor
Turner & Townsend Quantity Surveyor Sisk
Hampshire County Council Architects Quantity Surveyor
Services Engineer Park Developments Group
EDP Services Engineer
Structural Engineer Delap & Waller
Hampshire County Council Architects Structural Engineer
DBFL Consulting Engineers
Commendations

Nant Clwyd House, Ruthin National Film and Nile Street Apartments
Wales Television School Hackney, London
Beaconsfield
GEOFF BROSTER

JAMES BRITTAIN PHOTOGRAPHY

MORLEY VON STERNBERG


GEOFF BROSTER

MORLEY VON STERNBERG


JAMES BRITTAIN PHOTOGRAPHY
GEOFF BROSTER

MORLEY VON STERNBERG

A new education building which reflects


the school’s positive decision not to
Wales’ oldest timber framed town house, relocate to central London, but to commit
this Grade I listed building has been to the local area. The new building makes
repaired and restored to provide a museum good use of the restricted site, and the
and visitor attraction. Rooms are furnished facility includes teaching spaces, café bar
in styles to reflect the building’s history. and cinema. Natural ventilation and This scheme provides private, shared
Accessibility is limited due to the age of lighting are attractive, and give a spacious ownership, keyworker and affordable
the building, but imaginatively, computer and airy feel to the building. Local rented housing, along with youth club and
views are available of the non accessible residents are encouraged to visit the external play areas. An incredibly dense
areas. A thoughtful and high quality building, which acts as a showcase for this scheme with character, it is inserted in a
restoration project which ensures that the national institution. strongly urban area. All of the tenures
building continues to play a part in the have access to a roof terrace, which is
lives of the community. Owner popular with residents. Already a local
National Film and Television School landmark, this nicely detailed scheme has
Entrant
Owner Glenn Howells Architects added considerably to the local
Denbighshire County Council Architect environment.
Entrant Glenn Howells Architects
Donald Insall Associates Landscape Designer
Architect British Landscapes Associates Entrant
Donald Insall Associates Main Contractor Munkenbeck + Partners Architects
Landscape Designer Verry Construction Architect
Denbighshire County Council Quantity Surveyor Munkenbeck+Partners Architects
Main Contractor Clarus Consulting Developer
Chester Masonry Construction Services Engineer Peabody Trust
Quantity Surveyor Buro Happold Environment Main Contractor
John Pidgeon Partnership Structural Engineer Mansell Ltd
Services Engineers Buro Happold Environment Quantity Surveyor
Lightwright Associates; Bob Sylvester Planning Supervisor EC Harris
Structural Engineer Turnberry Consulting Ltd Services Engineer
Mouchel Parkman (Services) Ltd Project Managers Atelier 10
Historical & Interiors Consultant Schal Structural Engineer
Charles Kightly Acoustic Consultant Ellis and Moore
Archaeology Hoare Lea Acoustics
CPAT
52
Orleans House Gallery Out of the Hat Pilkington Building,
New Arts Education Tewkesbury Universities at Medway
Centre Kent
Twickenham
PETER COOK/VIEW

ARCHITECTON

NICK GUTTRIDGE
NICK GUTTRIDGE
PETER COOK/VIEW

This repaired and restored Grade II listed


timber building now houses the town’s
Tourist Information Centre and exhibition
centre. This is a sensitively handled
scheme, which has been carried out with
excellent craftsmanship. The detail of the
stairs is lovely, as is the rear elevation.
Virtually all areas are wheelchair
accessible, which is a real achievement,
A conservation and expansion scheme, the and makes the scheme an excellent
Centre provides a space for exhibitions example of a fully inclusive historic
and education, and also houses a cafe. The building. The refurbishment of the former canteen
scheme is popular and is used extensively building at the Chatham Naval Dockyard
by the community. The overall design fits Owner has resulted in a new hub for the
in well with its surroundings; it is refined Tewkesbury Borough Council university campus. With lecture theatre,
Entrant
and has successfully retained a sense of its Architecton café, exhibition space and teaching rooms,
own history. The project is comfortable, Architect the scheme combines conservation with
Architecton
family friendly and well thought through Access Consultant
sensitive modern insertions. The internal
– and is a good educational asset for local Tewkesbury Borough Council layout makes good use of the original
children and adults. Developer structure. The refurbishment is an integral
Tewkesbury Borough Council
Landscape Designer part of the area’s regeneration strategy and
Owner Architecton this well executed scheme has contributed
Orleans House Gallery Main Contractor to the enhancement of the public realm.
Entrant Ellis & Co
Patel Taylor Quantity Surveyor
Architect Press & Starkey Owner
Patel Taylor Services Engineer University of Kent & University of Greenwich
Access Consultant IDP Ltd Entrant
Adrian Cave Associates Structural Engineer RMJM
Landscape Designer Ralph L Mills Associates Architect
Parklife Paint Analysis & Stephen Cutler
Main Contractor Conservation Developer
Killby and Gayford Ltd Perry Lithgow Partnership RMJM London
Quantity Surveyor Timber Analysis Landscape Designer
Boyden and Company Demaus Building Diagnostics Ltd RMJM
Services Engineer Wallpaper Analysis & Main Contractor
Michael Popper Associates Conservation Wallis Kier
Structural Engineer Allyson McDermott Historic Interiors, Wallpapers & Paint Quantity Surveyor
Alan Conisbee & Associates Northcroft
Planning Supervisor Services Engineer
Faber Maunsell Faber Maunsell
Additional Organisation
Coopers
Commendations

Pinewood Infant School Plot B, Adamstown Restoration of Garrison


Farnborough District Centre House and Grounds
Dublin Millport
ROGER BROOKS

GERRY O'LEARY PHOTOGRAPHY

KEITH HUNTER PHOTOGRAPHY


KEITH HUNTER PHOTOGRAPHY
ROGER BROOKS

GERRY O'LEARY PHOTOGRAPHY

Originally built in 1745, the building has


been derelict since 1997. This scheme has
restored and rejuvenated the building to
provide a focus for local people and
A new infant school accommodating 90 visitors to the island of Cumbrae. With
pupils, this scheme makes provision for considerable community support, the
language impairment, varying degrees of An early stage of a new development, this garrison building now provides a museum,
learning difficulty, and primary education. scheme will ultimately house over 30,000 library, surgery and council services.
The school has been rebuilt following an residents as well as associated retail and Archaeologists and stone conservationists
arson attack, and attempts to retain some commercial facilities. Accommodation were consulted to ensure that the historic
historic connectivity. It integrates well includes private and affordable housing, nature of the building was not lost, and
with its setting and the sensory garden is which are indistinguishable from each the overall scheme is of considerable
especially successful. The building design other. Infrastructure is already in place, benefit to the community.
creates a central courtyard which can be with a new railway station close to the
used as a teaching resource, performance proposed town centre. The development Owner
space and a general relaxing oasis in a has been well co-ordinated and planned CCDC
Entrant
robust neighbourhood. by the local authority and is a good Lee Boyd Designer and Architects
example of a large and sustainable Architect
Lee Boyd Designer and Architects
Owner scheme. Architect and Stone Consultant
Hampshire County Council
Heath
Entrant
Owner Access Consultant
Hampshire County Council
Charteridge Properties The Adapt Trust
Architect
Entrant Developer
Hampshire County Council Architects
O’Mahony Pike Architects CCDC
Access Consultant
Architect Landscape Designer
Hampshire County Council
O'Mahony Pike Architects Derek Carter Associates
Developer
Access Consultant Main Contractor
Hampshire County Council
Metropolitan Workshop Hunter Clark
Landscape Designer
Developer Quantity Surveyor
Hyland Edgar Driver
Jude Byrne Morham & Brotchie Ltd
Main Contractor
Landscape Designer Services Engineer
Brazier Construction
Gross Max Cundall
Quantity Surveyor
Quantity Surveyor Structural Engineer
Faithful & Gould
Mulcahy McDonagh David Narro Associates
Services Engineer
Services Engineer Project Managers
RHB Partnership
Delap & Waller Armour Construction Consultants
Structural Engineer
Structural Engineer Approved Inspectors
Price and Myers
Arup Dublin John Arnott Associates
Acoustic Consultant
Planning Supervisor Additional Organisations
ARUP
Stephen Little Associates Campbell & Co; AOC Scotland
Planning Supervisor
Capita Symonds Project Managers
Additional Organisation Lafferty Project Management
WSP Buildings Additional Organisations
Delap + Waller Eco Co; Buschon Henley
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Richard Feilden House St Andrew Square St Jude’s Primary School
Tower Hamlets, London Edinburgh Wolverhampton
PETER COOK / VIEW

JOHN COOPER 2008

ROD DORLING
PETER COOK / VIEW

PETER COOK / VIEW

ROD DORLING
JOHN COOPER 2008
PETER COOK / VIEW

The scheme forms the final stage of a


student village, providing 200 rooms,
student union and restaurant on the
largest campus in London. The scheme A new school which is used by both
illustrates a good use of natural children and the wider community. The
ventilation and light especially in the classrooms are designed to be ‘schools
ground floor restaurant, which is also used Dating from 1770, and originally designed within schools’ and the building itself
by the wider community. Built on a by James Craig as part of his New Town faces outwards. The design of the school
brownfield site, the scheme makes a masterplan, this square was previously follows an escarpment and the terracing is
significant contribution to the general only accessible to residents and businesses a good response to a difficult site.
regeneration and invigoration of the area, in the surrounding area. Part of a World Circulation space is generous, with some
and is a positive addition to the public Heritage Site, it has now been opened to spacious double height areas, which make
realm. everyone as part of a project to rejuvenate full use of light and ventilation. Although
the city’s historic spaces. With new paths, busy, the school has a calm and pleasant
Owner the scheme has provided attractive and atmosphere.
Queen Mary University of London well used routes to link two key areas of
Entrant
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
the city. A real civic achievement. Owner
Wolverhampton City Council
Architect
Entrant
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Owner Baart Harries Newall
Main Contractor Edinburgh City Council Architect
Morrison Construction Services Entrant Barrt Harries Newall
Quantity Surveyor Gillespies LLP Landscape Designer
PH Warr Architect Camlin Lonsdale
Services Engineer Gillespies LLP Main Contractor
Max Fordham Developer Thomas Vale Construction
Structural Engineer Edinburgh City Centre Management Company Quantity Surveyor
Adams Kara Taylor Landscape Designer G G & P (UK) Ltd
Acoustic Consultant Gillespies LLP Services Engineer
Fleming & Barron Main Contractor Faber Maunsell
Planning Supervisor Land Engineering Structural Engineer
Lewis & Hickey Consulting Engineer WhitbyBird
Fire Consultant Parsons Brinckerhoff Acoustic Consultant
SAFE Consultant Structural Engineer BDP
Additional Organisations Dewhurst MacFarlane (café only)
Rexon Day Building Control Ltd; PFA Consulting
Commendations

Stamford Gateway – Stanley Mills Sunderland Aquatic


Completion Phase Perthshire Centre
Sunderland
DON LAMBERT PHOTOGRAPHER

KEITH HUNTER PHOTOGRAPHY

RED BOX ARCHITECTURE / CRITICAL TORTOISE


RED BOX ARCHITECTURE / CRITICAL TORTOISE RED BOX ARCHITECTURE / CRITICAL TORTOISE
DON LAMBERT PHOTOGRAPHER

KEITH HUNTER PHOTOGRAPHY

This scheme has partially pedestrianised, The result of extensive conservation work,
resurfaced and redesigned two squares this scheme brings back to life a Category
which form the approach to the town A listed Bell Mill. The building offers an
centre. The first designated conservation historic and educational resource,
area in 1971, the area has been much including exhibition and community
improved by reducing the dominance of spaces. The restoration captures the
road traffic. Simply executed, the scheme industrial and austere nature of the The building has an unusual and
bravely attempts to develop a shared original mill, which is in a beautiful distinctive design for a sports facility, and
surface and uses attractive materials. Local setting. Much of the original fabric is still is situated adjacent to the imposing
people were widely consulted before and visible, which adds to the visitor football Stadium of Light. The scheme
during the development, and the experience. Integration within the provides the region’s only 50m competitive
uncluttered civic space and its public art community is excellent, with swimming pool, in addition to a multi use
are proving popular. schoolchildren being encouraged to work pool, a wellness suite and a cafe. The
as Junior Guides. Centre displays some attractive internal
Owner spaces, and the pools in particular are light
Highways Department, Lincolnshire County Council Owner and spacious. The excellent BREEAM
Entrant Historic Scotland
The Stamford Town Partnership rating, combined heat and power unit use,
Entrant
Architect LDN Architects LLP and rainwater harvesting are commendable.
Letts Wheeler Architects Architect
Access Consultant LDN Architects LLP
Harrison Goldman Owner
Access Consultant
Developer City of Sunderland
Buro Happold Limited
Stamford Town Partnership CIC Entrant
Developer
Landscape Designer Redbox Design
Historic Scotland
Wolfgang and Heron Architect
Main Contractor
Main Contractor RedBox Architecture
Mansell
Wrekin Construction Company Ltd Developer
Quantity Surveyor
Quantity Surveyor City of Sunderland
Murdies Chartered Surveyors
Focus Consultants (UK) Ltd Main Contractor
Services Engineer
Structural Engineer Balfour Beatty (Northern Ltd)
Rybka
Technical Services Partnership, Lincs County Council Quantity Surveyor
Structural Engineer
Stonemason Davis Langdon
Elliott & Company
Atelier 109 Services Engineer
Planning Supervisor
Bronzework Fabricators Arup
Hardies
Smiths of Derby Structural Engineer
Additional Organisations
Arup
Campbell & Co Design Consultants; CFA Archaeology
Additional Organisations
Sport England; Tyne & Wear Partnership;
Sunderland arc; One North East
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The Michael Tippett The Quadrant, Regent thePlace
School Street, Block W1 Sunderland
Lambeth, London London
TIM SOAR

DENNIS GILBERT / VIEW

IAN MCLELLAN
IAN MCLELLAN
TIM SOAR

Part of a strategic masterplan, this scheme


is the first element to reach completion.
The restoration and remodelling project
has resulted in a mixed use block, A new business and arts centre, the
incorporating retail, offices and residential scheme accommodates performance and
accommodation. The Grade II listed Nash exhibition space, art gallery, café, studios
facades to Regent Street and Swallow and meeting spaces. Interestingly, the
The first ‘Building Schools for the Future’ Street have been retained and restored. scheme is created from six refurbished
(BSF) project in London, this scheme Following improvements to the streets, the Grade II listed Georgian terraced houses,
accommodates up to 80 students aged scheme creates a new public space linking and connects to a new build complex.
between 11 and 18 with profound and Regent Street with Piccadilly. A good Light and quirky, the scheme provides a
multiple learning difficulties. The scheme example of urban mending – with an much needed facility for creative start up
demonstrates excellent sustainability and excellent sustainability rating. businesses. It has a good relationship with
inclusion, with provision for bus drop off, the up and coming regenerated historic
and in general, meets or exceeds good Owner core, and combines restoration with
practice guidance. The school is non The Crown Estate contemporary design.
Entrant
threatening and provides a friendly Allies and Morrison
environment for children as well as Architect Owner
Allies and Morrison Sunderland City Council
making a positive contribution to the local Access Consultant Entrant
built environment. David Bonnett Associates Sunniside Partnership
Developer Architect
City and West End Reid Jubb Brown Partnership
Owner
Landscape Designer Developer
The Michael Tippett School
Allies and Morrison Sunniside Partnership
Entrant
Main Contractor Main Contractor
Marks Barfield Architects
Sir Robert McAlpine Kendall Cross Holdings Ltd
Architect
Quantity Surveyor Quantity Surveyor
Marks Barfield Architects
Gardiner & Theobald Elliot Dent
Access Consultant
Services Engineer Services Engineer
LCE Architects
Mecserve Ove Arup
Landscape Designer
Structural Engineer Structural Engineer
Edward Hutchison Landscape Architects
Campbell Reith Ove Arup
Main Contractor
Project Managers Additional Organisation
Apollo Education
BURO Four Kathryn Hodgkinson
Quantity Surveyor
Planning Supervisor
Dobson White Boulcott
PFB Construction Management Services
Services Engineers
Lighting Consultants
Gifford; Pinnacle
Light & Design
Structural Engineer
Additional Organisations
Gifford
Modus Operandi Art; Atkins (Highway Consultant)
Commendations

Town Hall University College Oxford Wharf Green


Birmingham Boathouse Swindon
Oxford
MARTINE HAMILTON KNIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY

NICK KANE

MARTIN PHELPS PHOTOGRAPHY


MARTIN PHELPS PHOTOGRAPHY
NICK KANE

MARTIN PHELPS PHOTOGRAPHY

Originally designed by J A Hansom and A replacement for the former Grade II


constructed in the 1830’s, the town hall listed building, the new boathouse shows
has been closed since 1996. This scheme good form and structure. It is a beautiful
comprises the repair and re-ordering of the and simple scheme and utilises appropriate
interior of the Grade I listed building. The materials. The design reflects the shell of a
renovated building has doubtlessly made a boat, and includes changing rooms and
major contribution to the civic life and clubhouse. With a copper roof, the Wharf Green provides a first impression
appearance of the city. Access has been building is eyecatching, with clean lines. for many visitors, and this scheme has
considerably improved, and the public Flooding of the site is an issue and has redeveloped the area to provide a new
foyers opened up, providing for the safe, been simply addressed by raising the town centre square, meeting and public
dignified and comfortable enjoyment of all structure on ‘stilts’. A strikingly designed performance space. A large scale timber
people using the Town Hall. building in an attractive location. façade serves to both integrate a large TV
screen and conceal an unattractive car
Owner Owner park, making the area more welcoming.
Birmingham City Council University College The landscaping has softened a large space
Entrant Entrant
Birmingham City Council Belsize Architects and encourages people to make use of this
Architects Architect improved public space.
Urban Design; Rooney Melville & Partners Belsize Architects
Access Consultant Main Contractor
Urban Design Kingerlee Ltd. Owner
Developer Quantity Surveyor Swindon Borough Council
Birmingham Museum and Heritage Services Mcbains Cooper Consulting Ltd Entrant
Main Contractor Services Engineer LDA Design
Wates Construction G F Cross & Sons Ltd Architects
Quantity Surveyor Structural Engineer LDA Design; Threefold; DPDS
Urban Design AKSWard Ltd Developer
Services Engineer The New Swindon Company
Urban Design Landscape Designer
Structural Engineers LDA Design
Urban Design; Giffords Main Contractor
Project Managers Dean and Dyball
Invigour Ltd Quantity Surveyor
Acoustic Consultant Gardiner and Theobald
Moore Lea Acoustics Services Engineers
Light Design Halcrow Group Ltd; TMC
Light & Design Associates Structural Engineer
Halcrow Group Ltd
Light Design
Speirs & Major
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Winchester Discovery
Centre
DAN KEELER
DAN KEELER

This flagship scheme provides a library, art


gallery, exhibition space, performance hall
and café, along with education facilities
for schools and community groups. An
extension and refurbishment project, the
scheme creates some attractive internal
and external spaces. The façade of the new
extension is deliberately simple and
regular to act as a foil for the more
sculptural qualities of the original
architecture. Detailing is robust and the
overall ambience is pleasant and light.

Owner
Hampshire County Council
Entrant
Hampshire County Council
Architect
Hampshire County Council Architects
Access Consultant
Hampshire County Council Architects
Landscape Designer
Hampshire County Council Architects
Main Contractor
Mansell Construction
Quantity Surveyors
Hampshire County Council Quantity Surveyors; Davis Langdon
Services Engineer
White Young Green
Structural Engineer
Gifford

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A30 Bodmin to Blaenavon World Brookhill Sure Community Centre


Indian Queens Road Heritage Centre Start & Ballybough, Dublin
Improvement Community Centre
Scheme Woolwich, London
A PHILIPS

DAN TALKES

LEIGH SIMPSON

ROS KAVANAGH
DAN TALKES

LEIGH SIMPSON

ROS KAVANAGH
DAN TALKES
A PHILIPS

LEIGH SIMPSON

ROS KAVANAGH

A positive example of Part of a World Heritage Site,


investment in necessary this scheme comprises This scheme replaces an
infrastructure, which also conservation, renovation and existing community centre and
considers the ecological impact new build. The two old provides a vital resource in an
of the scheme. It is well buildings have been sensitively area which is embarking on A valuable resource on a
planned and designed to meet repaired and updated, long-term regeneration. It challenging site, this scheme
the needs of a modern day maintaining the original offers care and education for provides public assembly
conduit, and an straightforward construction children, information for rooms, pre-school, adult
environmentally sensitive area. details. The workmanship is parents, access to health education and an outdoor 5-a-
The scheme successfully good and the flooring is services and links to JobCentre side football pitch. The siting
addresses archaeological, excellent, with the result that Plus. It is a community success of the day nursery on the top
wildlife and historical issues. these buildings have been story, and is well used and floor provides the children with
preserved for the future. liked by management and local a quiet and secure outdoor
Owner residents. play area. Part of a
Highways Agency Owner regeneration area, the centre is
Entrant Blaenavon World Heritage Centre
Scott Wilson Ltd Owner used by the local and wider
Entrant London Borough of Greenwich
Architect Purcell Miller Tritton LLP community.
Scott Wilson Ltd Entrant
Architect Architype Ltd
Developer Purcell Miller Tritton LLP
Alfred McAlpine Architect Owner
Developer Architype Ltd
Landscape Designer Dublin City Council
Torfaen County Borough Council Main Contractor
Scott Wilson Ltd Entrant
Landscape Designer Bryen & Langley
Main Contractor Mitchell + Associates
Purcell Miller Tritton / Torfaen County Borough Quantity Surveyor
Alfred McAlpine Architect
Council, Regeneration Service Gordon Hutchinson Chartered Quantity
Quantity Surveyor Mitchell + Associates
Main Contractor Surveyors
Alfred McAlpine Main Contractor
Davlan Construction Ltd Services Engineer
Services Engineer Patrick Brock + Sons Ltd
Quantity Surveyor PCS Consulting
Scott Wilson Ltd Quantity Surveyor
Torfaen County Borough Council, Property Structural Engineer
Additional Organisations Nolan Ryan White Young Green
Service Alan Conisbee and Associates
Mouchel Parkman; RPS Services Engineer
Services Engineer
Callaghan Engineering Ltd
White Young Green
Structural Engineer
Fenton Holloway
Exhibition Designers
Haley Sharpe Design
Project Managers
Torfaen County Borough Council
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Craigavon Adult Darlaston Downham Health Eden Court Theatre
Psychiatric Unit SureStart and Leisure Centre and Cinemas
Armagh Walsall Bromley, London Inverness
CHRISTOPHER HILL

SIMON DENISON

DRB PHOTOGRAPHY

KEITH HUNTER PHOTOGRAPHY


SIMON DENISON

KEITH HUNTER PHOTOGRAPHY


CHRISTOPHER HILL

SIMON DENISON

DRB PHOTOGRAPHY

Set in parkland, the design


carefully addresses the specific
and sometimes conflicting
access and control
requirements associated with a
medical facility specialising in
mental health issues. Access to This project involves the
courtyards, generous integration of new large scale
circulation routes, innovative facilities with the
design solutions and the use of Sited in a conservation area, A genuine civic ‘one stop refurbishment and
natural light work well the new SureStart facility shop’, this PFI scheme includes reorganisation of a 1976
together to create a welcoming comprises a refurbished sports facilities, council offices, building and an historic 19th
and attractive space for both Edwardian villa and recent library and health centre. The century Bishop’s Palace. It
patients and visitors. contemporary extension. centre is well used and is a highlights the difficulties faced
Internally the spaces are well focal point for the community. by the combination of sensitive
Owner linked, with noisy and quiet It represents a successful restoration and brave insertion.
Southern Health and Social Care Trust spaces being effectively example of regeneration in a It provides excellent facilities
Entrant
Hall Black Douglas Architects separated. The centre is well suburban housing estate with for the local community and is
Architect liked by users and staff, with a high levels of deprivation. very popular.
Hall Black Douglas Architects in association with
David Morley Architects
lively, energetic and vibrant
Landscape Designer atmosphere. Owner Owner
Livingstone Eyre Associates Ltd Leisure Connection Ltd Eden Court Theatre
Main Contractor Entrant Entrant
Heron Brothers Ltd Owner Dyer Page and Park Architects
Quantity Surveyor Darlaston SureStart Architect Architect
W.H. Stephens & Sons Entrant Dyer Page and Park Architects
Services Engineer Baart Harries Newall Access Consultant Access Consultant
Buro Happold Ltd Architect London Borough of Lewisham - Diversity and The Adapt Trust
Structural Engineer Baart Harries Newall Engagement Team Landscape Designer
Buro Happold Ltd Landscape Designer Landscape Designer Ian White Associates
Project Managers Walsall Community Arts Team Outerspace Main Contractor
Health Estates Agency Main Contractor Main Contractor Robertson Construction Northern Ltd
Interclass plc McAlpine Capital Projects (now part of Carillion) Quantity Surveyor
Quantity Surveyor Quantity Surveyor Gardiner and Theobald
GG&P UK Ltd Press & Starkey Services Engineer
Services Engineer Services Engineer Cundall
Emech Consultants Shepherd Engineering Services Structural Engineer
Structural Engineer Structural Engineer Scott Wilson Scotland
Carroll & Williams Taylor Whalley Spyra Acoustic Consultants
Sandy Bean Associates; Theatreplan
Theatre Consultant
Graven Images
Light Design
Light and Design Associates
Fire Consultant
Buro Happold FEDRA
Mentions

Endell Street Fen Court Haworth Medical Heart of Hawick


Hostel City of London Centre Kirkstile
Covent Garden, West Yorkshire
London
MORLEY VON STERNBERG

VIRGINIE CAUJOLLE-PRADENC

MARTINE HAMILTON KNIGHT

KEITH HUNTER
VIRGINIE CAUJOLLE-PRADENC

KEITH HUNTER
VIRGINIE CAUJOLLE-PRADENC
MORLEY VON STERNBERG

MARTINE HAMILTON KNIGHT

This restoration and conversion


of two neglected buildings
A carefully considered This scheme integrates well provides a civic space and
programme of repair and into the existing environment, facilities including a
restoration has breathed new providing the local community community arts centre and
life into the hostel and helped with a valuable resource. The family history centre. Situated
to secure the future of the A transformation from a building has successfully at an important river crossing,
building. An open plan nondescript city area into a addressed the challenges posed the scheme is key to the
reception and glass sided small, well used and popular by the steep and quite shallow regeneration of the area. The
training rooms offer views the civic space. The scheme site. The scheme achieves a formerly derelict buildings are
full length of the building. The illustrates the benefit of a small high standard of inclusive popular with tourists and local
original brickwork, gothic but positive investment in design with good circulation people alike.
arches and oak flooring have green spaces in the city. It is an space, colour contrast and
been attractively exposed and oasis for office workers and lighting to aid spatial Owner
restored. this aim should be seen as an awareness. Scottish Borders Council
Entrant
example to other urban Gray, Marshall & Associates
Owner developments. Entrant Architect
St.Mungo’s Community Housing Assocation The Goddard Wybor Practice Gray, Marshall & Associates
Entrant Architect Developer
Peter Barber Architects Owner GWP Architects Scottish Borders Council
Architect City of London Developer Main Contractor
Peter Barber Architects Entrant Bradford and Airedale Care Partnership Ltd GHI Contracts
Developer City of London Landscape Designer Quantity Surveyor
St.Mungo's Developer Barry Chinn & Associates Doig & Smith
Main Contractor City of London Main Contractor Services Engineer
Quinn London Ltd Landscape Designer JS Bramley (Leeds) Ltd K J Tait Engineers
Quantity Surveyor Burns + Nice Structural Engineer Structural Engineer
Philip Pank & Partners Main Contractor Bridges Pound Waterman HDC
Services Engineer FM Conway Theatre Consultant
Harding McDermort Poet Andrew Storer
Structural Engineer Lemn Sissay Planning Supervisor
Bolton Priestley Sculptor Turner & Townsend Management Solutions
Additional Organisations Michael Visocchi Acoustic Consultant
Communities & Local Government - Hostel Sandy Brown Associates
Capital Improvement Programme; London Additional Organisation
Borough of Camden - Places of Change Inge Paneels
Programme

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Ifield School James Hill KIND Seed Centre Leeds City
Gravesend Monument Liverpool Museum
Gateshead
DENNIS GILBERT

GATESHEAD COUNCIL DESIGN DEPT

NEIL FOZARD

LEEDS CITY COUNCIL


LEEDS CITY COUNCIL
DENNIS GILBERT

NEIL FOZARD
GATESHEAD COUNCIL DESIGN DEPT

NEIL FOZARD
DENNIS GILBERT

The sculpture celebrates the life


of the 19th century local
Gateshead fiddler and is a The scheme creates a new
The scheme comprises new permanent piece of public art. museum for the city and brings
build, remodeling and The scheme includes a bench together their cultural facilities.
refurbishment of an existing which is appropriately sited to A combination of restoration
SEN school. The new building offer a resting place before the and adaptation has provided
provides accommodation for steep descent to the Quayside. new routes, access and gallery
138 students with profound, The Blaxter stone masonry areas. The scheme represents a
severe and complex needs, and matches that of the Tyne This innovative scheme real improvement to the public
provides a bright and modern Bridge abutment. extends an existing 19th realm, and is a good example
environment. Overall, the century city centre house, of inner city urban
scheme makes a valuable Owner providing a facility to teach regeneration.
contribution to the community, Gateshead Council children about sustainability,
Entrant
and raises standards in a Gateshead Council conservation and healthy Owner
deprived locality. Sculptor eating. The gardens are Leeds City Council
Peter Coates Entrant
Access Consultant
attractive and provide an oasis Austin-Smith:Lord LLP
Owner Gateshead Council Access Consultant in a built up area which Architect
Kent County Council Property Main Contractor Austin-Smith:Lord LLP
engages well with the Access Consultant
Entrant Peter Coates
Haverstock Associates Architects Structural Engineer community. The scheme Buro Happold
Architect Gateshead Council Design Dept. enhances the area, and brings Landscape Designer
Haverstock Associates Architects Additional Organisations Austin-Smith:Lord LLP
Access Consultant
to life a potentially dead urban Main Contractor
Friends of James Hill; Folkworks; English Heritage
KCC Property Group Access Officer space. Laing O’Rourke
Landscape Designer Quantity Surveyor
John Tierney Associates Walfords
Main Contractor Owner Services Engineer
Barwick Construction KIND (Kids in Need and Distress) Buro Happold
Quantity Surveyor Entrant Structural Engineer
Betteridge & Milsom OMF Derek Cox Architects Buro Happold
Services Engineer Architect Conservation Architect
Atelier Ten OMF Derek Cox Architects Lloyd Evans Pritchard
Structural Engineer Main Contractor
Dewhurst Macfarlane & Partners Peter Darley Associates
Quantity Surveyor
Peter Darley Associates
Structural Engineer
Smith Associates
Energy Consultants
HiTech Energy Ltd
Live Theatre Metropolitan New Horizons New Pavilion,
Redevelopment Cathedral – Crypt Kensington & People’s Park
Newcastle upon Access Link Chelsea, London Grimsby
Tyne Liverpool
JOHN DONOGUE/RICHARD ELPHICK

NIGHTINGALE ASSOCIATES

EDDIE JACOB

CAPTURE MY LIFE
EDDIE JACOB
JOHN DONOGUE/RICHARD ELPHICK

NIGHTINGALE ASSOCIATES

CAPTURE MY LIFE
JOHN DONOGUE/RICHARD ELPHICK

This remodeled building The new pavilion replaces an


provides a modern, lively and unattractive building, and
convivial centre for older forms a focal point for park
people, promoting users and visitors. It contains
independence and active café, toilets and park rangers’
A combination of listed lifestyles, and supporting facilities. The café operates as a
buildings which have been health and well being. The training facility for the local
brought together to provide an Originally designed by Sir local community was widely college, bringing additional
accessible entertainment Edwin Lutyens, the crypt has consulted and as a result the community advantages to the
venue. The original character finally been opened to visitors building is well liked and well scheme. The timber cladding is
of the old warehouses has been through an improved access used. The scheme gives new sympathetic to the parkland
retained and the front link. The glass and steel life to a tired facility, providing setting.
elevation has improved the structure provides a generous an airy and friendly
street. New facilities, such as a threshold before visitors environment. Owner
restaurant and bar make this descend to the brick vaults of North East Lincolnshire Council
Entrant
scheme attractive to the wider, the crypt. A difficult challenge, Owner Purcell Miller Tritton LLP
non theatre going community. the results of which bring this New Horizons Consortium Architect
Entrant Purcell Miller Tritton LLP
hidden masterpiece into the Robert Sproson Main Contractor
Owner public realm. Architect Britcon Ltd
Trinity House Sproson Barrable Limited Quantity Surveyor
Entrant Developer Rex Procter and Partners
_Space Owner Open Age Services Engineer
Architect Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Main Contractor Brentwood Design Partnership
_Space Entrant Bolt and Heeks Ltd Structural Engineer
Access Consultant Nightingale Associates Architects Quantity Surveyor Golder Associates UK Ltd
_Space Architect KMCS London Ltd Additional Organisations
Developer Nightingale Associates Architects Services Engineer Heritage Lottery Fund; Friends Group; Grimsby
Live Theatre Developer Carnell Warren Associates Ltd Institute; English Heritage
Main Contractor The Archdiocese of Liverpool Structural Engineer
Stephen Easten Main Contractor Buxton Associates (Consulting Engineers Ltd)
Quantity Surveyor Tuneside Limited Planning Supervisor
Faithful + Gould Services Engineer KMCS London Ltd
Services Engineer Davies Partnership Additional Developers
WSP Structural Engineer Guinness Trust; Sixty Plus;
Structural Engineer Bingham Davis Westway Development Trust
WSP Planning Supervisor
Project Managers KMCS London
Faithful + Gould
Mentions

Oak Meadow – Our Lady’s Convent Port Laoise Civic Redruth Public
Sustainable Loughborough Square Realm Project
Housing
South Molton
CLIVE BOURSNELL

HOLLANDS CAD & VIDEOGRAPHY

RORY MOORE PHOTOGRAPHY

SIMON COOK PHOTOGRAPHY


HOLLANDS CAD & VIDEOGRAPHY

SIMON COOK PHOTOGRAPHY


CLIVE BOURSNELL

RORY MOORE PHOTOGRAPHY

This public realm scheme


brought together all
stakeholders, from local
authority to local community.
An innovative housing scheme The place-making project has
which was designed as an resulted in an attractive,
HOLLANDS CAD & VIDEOGRAPHY

RORY MOORE PHOTOGRAPHY

exemplar of low environmental revitalised and restrained main


impact rural housing. It is well street. The regenerative impact
liked by its tenants. The of the scheme is high, with an
scheme has considered every increasing number of attractive
aspect of sustainable design to shopfronts being developed,
maximize the use of resources which benefit the entire
on a strict budget, and is community.
visited by others wishing to
learn from the initiative. A new urban park which Owner
includes performance space Cornwall County Council- Transport Planning &
Estates
Owner A new convent and chapel and a recreation area. The Entrant
Devon & Cornwall Housing Association which integrate the needs of scheme provides a civic Kerrier District Council
Entrant Architect
Gale & Snowden Architects Ltd the religious community with statement and a much needed Kerrier District Council - Landscape Architect
Architect the historic context and public space. It is hoped that Team
Gale & Snowden Architects Ltd Access Consultant
Developer
residential scale of the street. programmes of events and
Kerrier District Council - Landscape Architect
Devon & Cornwall Housing Association The new buildings transform activities will encourage the Team
Landscape Designer the streetscape and provide a public to engage with this new Landscape Designer
Claire Foxford - Chartered Landscape Architect Kerrier District Council- Environment -Landscape
Main Contractor high quality external area.
Architect Team
Midas Homes environment. The scheme Main Contractor
Quantity Surveyor accommodates the Owner CORMAC
PWH (Barnstaple) Ltd Laois County Council Quantity Surveyor
Services Engineer requirements of the elderly CORMAC
Entrant
Faber Maunsell residents and engages well Park Hood Limited Services Engineer
Structural Engineer Cornwall County Council - Highway Design
Faber Maunsell
with the local community. Architect
Milligan Reside Larkin Group
Additional Organisations Developer Structural Engineer
Frame UK; Acaster Plumbing Owner Laois County Council Cornwall County Council - Highway Design
The Sisters of Providence (Rosminians) Landscape Designer Group
Entrant Park Hood Limited Funders
PRP Architects Ltd Main Contractor English Partnerships; South West RDA
Architect Regan Civil Engineering Funders’ Agent
PRP Architects Ltd Quantity Surveyor CPR Regeneration
Landscape Designer MJ Turley & Associates Stakeholder
PRP Architects Ltd Services Engineer Redruth Town Council
Main Contractor T5 Partnership Lead Artist
Bodill Construction Structural Engineer Reece Ingram Sculptor
Quantity Surveyor Michael Punch & Partners
Davis Langdon
Structural Engineer
Crofton Design

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Rotunda, William Strule Arts Centre The Braid, Town The Leigh
Smith Museum of Omagh Hall, Museum and Technology
Geology Arts Centre Academy
Scarborough Ballymena Dartford
TONY BARTHOLOMEW

TODD WATSON

TODD WATSON

DAVID BARBOUR
TONY BARTHOLOMEW

TODD WATSON

DAVID BARBOUR
TODD WATSON

DAVID BARBOUR
TONY BARTHOLOMEW

TODD WATSON

A new arts facility which is


also key to the regeneration of
Originally opened in 1829, the Omagh’s waterside. The new A contemporary extension to a A school specialising in
museum has been redeveloped footbridge links the waterfront 1920s town hall, this is an technology and ICT, this
and refurbished. A real asset site to a new college, existing excellent integration into the scheme is home to 1500 pupils
for local people and visitors to bus station and riverside walk, existing streetscape. Art and who are located in four new
Scarborough, the museum also and is well used in preference design have been skillfully colleges. Structured around
provides a learning resource. to the road bridge. The used, and the glass curtain wall two dramatic atria, the
The interiors are good, and building responds well to a is stunning. Movement around ambience is calm and
maximize the use of space, challenging site and the the scheme has been carefully purposeful. Well liked by staff,
with the staircase being groundworks are firmly considered, and the whole students and parents, the
particularly clever. Attention to handled. scheme represents a classic building creates an effective
internal detail is excellent and community facility providing a place in which to learn.
well planned. Owner remarkable combination of
Omagh District Council uses. Owner
Entrant The Leigh Technology Academy
Owner Kennedy Fitzgerald & Associates
Scarborough Borough Council Entrant
Architect Owner BDP
Entrant Kennedy Fitzgerald & Associates Ballymena Borough Council
Scarborough Museum Trust Architect
Developer Entrant BDP
Architect Omagh District Council Consarc Design Group Ltd
Buttress Fuller Alsop Williams Access Consultant
Main Contractor Architect Buro Four
Access Consultant Gilbert Ash Consarc Design Group Ltd
Event Communication Ltd Developer
Quantity Surveyor Main Contractor Department for Education and Skills
Developer V B Evans and Company Patton Construction
Scarborough Borough Council Landscape Designer
Services Engineer Quantity Surveyor BDP
Landscape Designer BDP (Belfast) WH Stephens & Sons Ltd
TEP Main Contractor
Structural Engineer Services Engineer Galliford Try
Main Contractor Doran Consulting Delap & Waller Consulting Engineers
William Anelay Ltd Quantity Surveyor
Theatre Consultant Structural Engineer Davis Langdon LLP
Quantity Surveyor Maurice Power Theatre Consultant RPS Consulting Engineers
Appleyard and Trew Services Engineer
Acoustic Consultant Specialist Museum Design BDP
Services Engineer BDP Acoustics (Manchester) RAA UK (Ralph Applebaum Associates)
Silcock Leedham Structural Engineer
Additional Organisation Acoustic Consultant BDP
Structural Engineer Doran Consulting F.R. Mark & Associates; RVR
Alan Wood & Partners Acoustic Consultant
Theatre Consultants BDP
Project Manager Mike Smyth
Turner Townsend Light Design
BDP
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Trinity Centre York Street


Shrewsbury Housing
Dublin
ARROL AND SNELL LTD

PHILIP LAUTERBACH
ARROL AND SNELL LTD
ARROL AND SNELL LTD

PHILIP LAUTERBACH

The well handled scheme The scheme provides 66


comprises the building of a apartments which house the
new church hall to suit the former tenants of the
needs of both the local demolished York Street flats.
community and the Including a retail unit,
congregation. Replacing a community centre and
1940’s hall, the new building is communal garden, the scheme
mindful of the adjacent church, re-establishes a former street
and highlights the challenges line and reintroduces the
being faced when historical pattern of mews dwelling to
buildings are developed to this city corner. The building
accommodate community uses has an energy-efficient
and accessible facilities. communal heating system,
high levels of insulation and
Owner sedum green roofs.
The Vicar and PCC of Holy Trinity, Meole Brace
Entrant
Arrol and Snell Architects Owner
Architect Dublin City Council
Arrol and Snell Architects Entrant
Main Contractor Seán Harrington Architects
EJ & GJ Groom Architect
Quantity Surveyor Seán Harrington Architects
John Pidgeon Partnership Developer
Structural Engineer Dublin City Council
Carroll & Williams Landscape Designer
Additional Organisation Seán Harrington Architects
Keith and Sue Brettle Stained Glass; Main Contractor
Paul Arrowsmith, Stonemason McNamara Construction
Quantity Surveyor
Bruce Shaw Partnership
Services Engineer
JV Tierney & Co. Consulting Engineers
Structural Engineer
Fearon O'Neill Rooney
Additional Organisations
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the Civic Trust Awards. Senior architects, access professionals, local authorities and
passionate local people work together to ensure that the winning schemes really do
recognise the best of the built environment.
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Jenny Barnes Roger Dowty Gareth Hughes Elizabeth Moon Peter Shallcross Valerie Wenham
Alistair Barr David Dropkin Gwenan Hughes Stephen Moore David Shanks Deborah Whelan
Jennifer Barrett Andrew Drummond David Hughes Kevin Moore Malcolm Sharman Pat Whelan
Norman Bartlett Peter Drummond Julie Irish John Moreland Kate Sheehan Christine White
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Peter Berman Peter Eaton Helen Kane Alfred Munkenbeck Kenny Simpson Roy Wilson
David Bevan Phil Ebbrell Ali Kashmiri Jenny Murphy Jane Simpson Dorothy Wilson
Sasha Bhavan Sandra Edmondson Caroline Kay Brian Nash Sumita Sinha Iain Wilson
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Nathan Blanchard Justine Embleton Audrey Keong Volkmar Nix Terry Smith Michael Woodman-Smith
Stan Bolt Glyn Emrys Angus Kerr John Norman Elaine Smith Frank Woods
David Bonnett Nick Evans Jonathan Kewley Stuart O'Dell Philip Smith Roger Wools
John Bothamley Stephen Evans Shamsha Khan Robert O'Hara Nick Smith Elizabeth Wrigley
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Rob Bracewell Chris Evans Stephen Knell Julian Orbach Dennis Stacey Tom Yellowley
Beccy Brookwell Susan Fairburn Henry Knight Kate Orme David Stainton Gordon Young
Hugh Broughton Declan Fallon Michael Knights Mark Osborne John Stanley Paul Zochowski
Russell Brown Chris Fielding Vincent Lacovara Simon Ovenden Chris Stanton
Hugh Brown Jon Finney Hilary Lane Richard Owen Roger Stephenson
Kevin Brown Robert Firth Derek Latham Janet Parker Fionn Stevenson
Jennifer Bruce Harold Fleming Adam Lathbury Martha Parry Anne Stevenson
Edward Burd Rod Flint David Lausen Chris Partrick Ian Stewart
Catherine Burd Tony Frankland Myles Leatherbarrow Dharmista Patel Bernard Stilwell
Jane Burridge Derek Fraser Lyn Leet Simon Peart Richard Stinson
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Peter Carmichael Jenny Glass Julian Lipscombe James Pickard Dr Tony Sutton
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