Previous Award Winners

2017

JOINT WINNERS of the Civic Society’s Plaque 2017

  • London House, London Road and 
  • House Rebuild/Extension – Gainsborough Avenue

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trevelyan Prize Winner 2017 – The Crow, Fishpool Street

The Awards 2017 Press Release is available here and 2017 Awards brochure is available here.

 

2016

WINNER of the Civic Society’s Plaque 2016

  • Newsom Place (Oaklands) Housing – Hatfield Road

Trevelyan Prize Joint Winners 2016
Spencer House – 76 Holywell Hill
The Prae Wood Arms – Redbourn Road

The Press Release with full details is available here

2015

Joint WINNERS of the Civic Society’s Plaque 2015

  • Parkside View Flexicare Housing, Marshalswick
  • New House at 71/73 Hemel Hempstead Road, Redbourn

Trevelyan Prize Winner 2015 – Tuck Pointing to St Stephen’s House, Watling Street

The 2 page supplement can be viewed here.

2014

WINNER of the Civic Society’s Plaque 2014 

  • Odyssey Cinema

Trevelyan Prize Winner 2014 – Abbey Parish War Memorials and the St Albans City War Memorial, St Peter’s Street.

The full text of the press release for the 2014 Awards can be read here.

 

 

Download a summary of previous award winners or see below for photos of previous winning entries.

2013

Samuel Ryder Academy

2012

Performing Arts Centre, and Art and Technology Block at St Albans High School for Girls

(joint winner)

 

 

Wood House, 3A Leaf Way

(joint winner)

2011

Buongiorno Italia

2010

St Paul’s Church in Blandford Road

2009

1-8 St Paul’s Place, Hatfield Road

2008

St Albans South Signal Box

2007

Loch Fyne Restaurant

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Awards

Do you know of a project that might deserve recognition in the Society’s Awards? These can be for new developments, large or small, but could be for a small extension, restored windows on a period property, or a rebuilt wall. Its not just about buildings either. Remember the Society’s Awards cover things that enhance the quality of St Albans environment or amenities and the Trevelyan Award is presented for a conservation project.

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