Excellence in Planning for a Successful Economy - Finalists
Bond Street Public Realm Improvement Project submitted by Westminster City Council, NWEC, Publica, FM Conway, WSP and NRP
The revitalisation of Bond Street prioritises pedestrians, enhances character and celebrates heritage, creating a public realm for all users, to match its international reputation.
Photo credit: Publica 2018
Derby Aerospace Campus Masterplan submitted by AECOM
Masterplan to repurpose an ageing industrial facility as an HQ and world-leading research campus. Planning consent has been achieved and the first elements completed.
Gloucester Transport Hub submitted by Gloucester City Council
This is an architecturally distinct development, delivering both the modern renewal of the City's primary gateway and the catalyst to provoke broader City regeneration.
LLDC Combined Economy Study, 2018 submitted by London Legacy Development Corporation, Hatch Regeneris and We Made That
The Combined Economy Study provides comprehensive economic evidence base for the area, beyond specific national requirements to include culture and the night time economy.
Magherafelt Public Realm Scheme 2016-2017 submitted by Mid Ulster District Council
Through strong collaborative leadership Mid Ulster District Council, reshaped Magherafelt Town Centre, previously perceived as a contentious space, is now a people centric, public shared space.
New Market Facilities submitted by Frank Whittle Partnership Ltd and Preston City Council
Restoration of Fish Market Canopy and 1875 Covered Market Canopy and proposed new free standing Market Hall underneath existing 1875 Covered Market Canopy.
Planning to Ensure Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Realise Tangible Legacies submitted by Sedgemoor District Council
The innovative planning approach is achieving HPC legacy benefits delivered through the National College for Nuclear, Cannington Court, Somerset Energy Innovation Centre and Bridgwater Gateway.
Photo credit: Richard Downer
Spanish City submitted by North Tyneside Council
Spanish City's revival has brought the heart back into Whitley Bay, transforming a depressing feature of decline into a shining beacon of hope and prosperity.
Photo credit: Paul Appleby
The Urban Science Building, Newcastle Helix submitted by Newcastle University and Newcastle City Council
A recently completed building for Newcastle University on Newcastle Helix which provides teaching accommodation, offices, lecture theatres, labs and a café and is known as the Urban Science Building (USB).
Whittlesford Parkway Station Masterplan submitted by WYG
A masterplan for the creation of a rural multi-modal transport interchange to provide the capacity and connectivity to facilitate housing and jobs growth.