Nominations are now open for this year’s Quality of Place awards, which celebrate East Suffolk’s best building design and conservation projects.
The awards recognise the efforts of people across the district to enhance the quality of the environment, by creating high-quality designs in both the built and natural environment and helping to conserve historic buildings.
Nominations are judged on quality of design and detailing, quality of workmanship, use of materials and sustainability. There are four categories; Design, Building Conservation, Nature and Landscape and Community.
Cllr David Ritchie, East Suffolk’s cabinet member for Planning and Coastal Management said: “We always receive an incredibly high standard of entries for these awards, which showcase the best and most innovative building designs in the district.”
Last year’s winners included 71 Kirkley Run in Lowestoft, Sibton Abbey and the Listening Station and the Watch Room in Reydon.
For full details, and to complete a nomination form, please visit www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/2020-quality-of-place-awards
Nominations must be submitted by 31 July.