Civic Trust Awards Scotland: Scottish Building Prize

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Scottish Civic Trust Awards

Scottish Building Prize, UK – Shortlist : 2005-08

15 Feb 2008

Civic Trust Awards Scotland

Scottish projects shortlisted for Civic Trust Awards 2008:

New Canopy & HQ Extension for FETA, Forth Road Bridge
St Vincent Place, Silvermills, Edinburgh
The Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh
Upper Strand, Phase 1, Granton Waterfront, Edinburgh
New Arts Faculty Building for University St Andrews
Dysart Artworks and Town Trail, Fife
Castlemilk Stables Block, Glasgow
Hazelwood School, Glasgow
Friary Court, Glasgow
St. Aloysius Residence and Sprituality Centre, Glasgow
The Bridge Arts Centre, Easterhouse, Glasgow
The Saltire Centre, Glasgow
Pier Arts Centre, Stromness, Orkney

Awards: 12 Mar

Mentions 2005

Civic Trust Awards – Scotland

Wigtown County Buildings, Newton Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway
Dymocks Building, 49 North Street Bo’ness, Falkirk
Telford Street Housing, Wick, Highland
The Cross Heritage Regeneration Project, 20-32 The Cross & 2-8 Eglinton Street, Beith, North Ayrshire
29 Skinnergate & 26-34 George Street, Perth, Perth and Kinross
Students Union Building, Paisley Campus, Storey Street, Renfrewshire
Auchterarder Community Campus, New School Lane, Auchterarder, Perth & Kinross
The Pavilion at Jubilee Park, King Erik Street, Lerwick, Shetland Islands

Scottish Civic Trust – Awards PR 3 Aug 2005

Community groups asked to identify best new buildings for 2006 Civic Trust Awards. The Civic Trust, the leading urban charity which campaigns for a better built environment, is asking community groups to identify the best new buildings in the UK’s cities to go forward for a Civic Trust Award.

The awards scheme is widely recognised as the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in Europe. Glasgow City Council and other local authorities from around the UK work in partnership with the Trust to organise the project entries from their own areas.

For Glasgow, the awards team is calling for entries for building projects, regeneration schemes, public art, urban design – anything that has made an impact on the local environment – built in the city between 1 January, 2003 and 30 September, 2005.

Since the Civic Trust Awards began in 1959 more than 50,000 buildings have been recognised not only for their architectural style but also for their contribution to the fabric of the local community. Every year the Awards are judged by the people really in the know – community representatives. These local advisors canvas local opinion and judge what the building means to its community. Architects, planners and access advisors provide the technical and professional support.

Vivienne Newlands, Civic Trust Awards Manager, said: “Judging for the Civic Trust Awards relies on examining the context – it is particular to each place and each building. Every new development could be a winner, if it is high quality design and also has a positive community impact.”

The deadline for entries is Fri 16 Sep 2005 and anyone can enter a project with the owner’s and occupier’s permission. More info: www.civictrust.org.uk/ctawards

For an entry form and further details for Glasgow contact: Fiona McDermott, Development and Regeneration Services, Glasgow City Council, 229 George Street, Glasgow G1 1QU 0141 287 8624 fiona.mcdermott@drs.glasgow.gov.uk

Scottish Civic Trust Six Point Action Plan

Civic Trust Awards scheme

Address:
Civic Trust Awards Office, Civic Trust, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London.

Contact:
E-mail : awards@civictrust.org.uk


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