Excellence in Planning for Heritage and Culture - Finalists
Anstruther, Cellardyke & Kilrenny: Community Burgh Survey submitted by Fife Council
This was a Fife Council-led community heritage planning project designed to engage local people in the better planning management of the historic burghs of Anstruther, Cellardyke and Kilrenny.
Auckland Tower submitted by Durham County Council on behalf of Brighter Bishop Auckland Partnership Board
Auckland Tower is a modern, bold, new timber framed building and tower which provides the welcome and ticketing centre for The Auckland Project visitor destination.
The Ironworks, Backbarrow, Lake District submitted by Indigo Planning
Conversion of part-built live work development into a viable residential scheme including securing the long-term future of the Lake District's most important industrial heritage asset.
Photo credit: Millson Associates
Ordnance Yard submitted by Elite Homes
Ordnance Yard is a nine-home housing development at the former Priddy's Hard MoD Ordnance Deport in Gosport. It's part of the wider Priddy's Hard Peninsula Regeneration project.
The Smiddy Centre of Excellence for Silversmithing and Jewellery – submitted by Aberdeenshire Council
Restoration of a derelict listed building creating a Centre of Excellence for Silversmithing and Jewellery as a focus for creative industry and regeneration in Banff.
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
Studio 144 submitted by CZWG Architects
Southampton's Arts Complex, Studio 144, is a key landmark fronting onto Guildhall Square, at the heart of the Cultural Quarter, attracting 350,000 people a year.
Photo credit: Anthony Coleman
Swanage Pier Restoration submitted by Swanage Pier Trust
Securing the future of Swanage Pier, restoring its heritage, economic and tourism potential, creating new jobs, training and business opportunities and providing an outstanding visitor attraction.
Photo credit: Mark Bauer
Union Street CARS Schools Shopfront Design Project – submitted by Aberdeen City Council
Engaging school children with Aberdeen's built heritage, urban regeneration and changing city centre as a part of the City's Union Street Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme.