The 2017 Civic Trust Awards, Pro Tem & AABC Regional Finalists have been revealed and features 128 projects from a wide range of national and international entries.
Regional Finalists will now be reviewed by the Civic Trust Awards and AABC National Panels who will consider them for a National/International Award or Commendation. Applicants will be notified on Thursday 15th December as to whether their scheme has been successful at National Panel and is one of the 2017 Winners, or whether it will remain as a Regional Finalist.
Winning schemes will be presented with their Award or Commendation at the 58th Annual Civic Trust Awards Ceremony, which will be held at The Guildhall, Winchester on Friday 10th March 2017, and further information regarding tickets to the event, will be available on our website after the National/International Winners are announced.
National/International Award winning projects will also be considered for 5 Special Awards; given to schemes which demonstrate excellence in a specific field. All winning projects are considered for each of the Special Awards by National Panel members, who determine the individual winners.
2017 Special Awards
- Selwyn Goldsmith Award for Universal Design - selected from the year’s projects which has demonstrated excellence in providing a scheme which is accessible for all users, from people with decreased mobility, to parents with small children, to people with sensory impairments and everything in-between sponsored by Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
- Pro Tem Special Award - presented to an exemplar temporary structure or installation sponsored by Metropolitan Workshop
- Special Award for Sustainability - Presented to a scheme that has demonstrated excellent sustainability credentials sponsored by Derwent London
- Special Award for Community Impact & Engagement - Presented to a scheme that has demonstrated how successful community engagement can help deliver the highest standards of design whilst meeting the needs of local people.
- National Panel Special Award - Selected by National Panel Members as their favourite scheme from the year’s Award winning projects.
Amongst the 2017 Civic Trust Awards, Pro Tem & AABC Regional Finalists are:
- The Portland Collection, Nottingham, East Midlands.
- Gamlingay Eco Hub, South Cambridgeshire, Eastern
- The Abbey Experience, Wymondham, South Norfolk, Eastern
- Newport Street Gallery, Lambeth, Greater London
- Hampton Court Base Court, Richmond upon Thames, Greater London
- Canada House, Westminster, Greater London
- Serpentine Pavilion 2016, City of London, Greater London
- Australian Pavilion, Venice, Italy
- Sacred Heart Cathedral of Kericho, Nairobi, Kenya
- The Curve, Teesside University, Middlesbrough, North East
- Sacrewell, Peterborough, Eastern
- HOME, Manchester, North West
- Benone Activity Centre, Limavady, Northern Ireland
- Roscommon County Council Civic Offices, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
- City of Glasgow College - Riverside Campus,Glasgow City, Scotland
- Dalkeith Corn Exchange Regeneration, Midlothian, Scotland
- Bombay Sapphire Distillery and Visitor Centre, Basingstoke & Deane, South East
- Command of the Oceans, Medway Towns, South East
- Blackrock Quarry Training Centre, North Somerset, South West
- Marine Centre Wales, Isle of Anglesey, Wales
- The National Lido of Wales, Rhondda, Cynon, Taff, Wales
- Fordbridge Community Primary School, Solihull West Midlands
- Trentham Tower, Stafford, West Midlands
- York Theatre Royal, York, Yorkshire & Humberside
Please CLICK HERE for the complete list of the 2017 Civic Trust Awards, Pro Tem & AABC Regional Finalists
If you would like to download the interim Regional Finalist Logo in order to publicise your success, you can download it here