Voting is now open for the Lincoln Good Design Awards 2023 and City of Lincoln Council is asking for your vote on the city’s shortlisted entries.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony later this year and those shortlisted have been invited to attend.
The planning team at City of Lincoln Council has been heavily involved in the awards, drawing up a long list from schemes approved by the Planning Committee or officers.
Schemes have been selected from developments within the City of Lincoln Council Administrative Boundary which celebrate the positive contribution that high quality design has made in Lincoln in the past 3 years.
A panel of experts from the city council drew up the final shortlist which has been narrowed down to 15 and the public are hereby invited to choose a winner from the full list of shortlisted developments.
The shortlist includes:
- 6-7 Castle Hill (CDM Design Solutions)
- Carruthers Court, 49-51 West Parade (Stem Architects)
- 9 Eastcliffe Road (Core Architects)
- 1 Eastgate Close (Heronswood Design Ltd)
- Chad Varah House, Wordsworth Street (Jonathan Hendy Architects)
- Land east of Riseholme Road (Lindum Group)
- Lincoln Medical School (HLM)
- Alchemy and Gravity Buildings (Core Achitects)
- Everyman/Botanist (Framework Architects)
- 38-44 Sincil Street (Framework Architects)
- 8-10 St Mary's Street (Framework Architects)
- Lincoln Cathedral Connected (Cragg Management)
- 179 High Street (Stem Architects)
- St Marks Court (Montague Evans LLP)
- Iconinc, Beaumont Fee/Mint Lane (Brewster Bye Architects)
Cllr Naomi Tweddle, Chair of the City of Lincoln Council Planning Committee, who has been heavily involved in arranging these awards, said: “The Lincoln Good Design Awards were established in 2017 to recognise good design for developments that have been completed within the City of Lincoln Council Administrative Boundary.
“This year’s shortlisted schemes showcase the best developments in Lincoln including commercial schemes, heritage-led regeneration and residential developments.
“We are now inviting members of the public to choose a winner from the full list of shortlisted developments, which we look forward to celebrating later this year.”
Online voting will close on 20 February. For further information and to vote, click here.