There is still time for you to nominate the building or development you feel is a real asset to your area for a West Lancashire Borough Council’s design award.
Nominations are being sought for the 2017 West Lancashire Design Awards, which aim to acknowledge and promote the importance of good quality development and building design.
The award scheme shows the Council’s commitment in showcasing good design and in particular showing how well-designed buildings and places can greatly improve our local environment and contribute to a sense of place.
The closing date for nominations has been extended to 5pm on Friday 26 May 2017. Judging will be in five categories:
Awards will be given for designs which contribute to the overall quality of the borough and will focus on community, economic and environmental regeneration and the use of sustainable building techniques. Designs must have been completed after June 2015 to be eligible for entry.
John Harrison, Director of Development and Regeneration, said: “It is important to recognise and reward the best new developments. I would encourage people to nominate the projects they feel have enhanced the area they live in and there is still time to tell us about the buildings and developments that you believe should win these awards.
“The Council is committed to encouraging good design throughout the borough and the awards are a great way to celebrate distinctive, high-quality development here in West Lancashire.
“The award scheme, which has been running since 1989, highlights the Council’s wish to work in partnership with architects, developers, owners and other agencies involved in planning to improve our built environment and the quality of life for all the residents of West Lancashire.”
You can nominate online or download the forms by visiting design.
Nomination forms are available from local libraries, the Customer Service Points in Derby Street, Ormskirk, and The Concourse, Skelmersdale, or by emailing Ian Bond, Heritage and Environment Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01695 585167.