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Delivering for Barnet Architecture Awards 2017 - People's Choice Award

The consultation has now closed.

People’s Choice Award

Overview

In July, Barnet Council in partnership with Re launched the Delivering for Barnet Architecture Awards 2017. The aim of the awards is to celebrate and promote well-designed buildings and open spaces that enhance the quality of life of Barnet’s residents.

We asked anyone who had been involved in completing a new building, or altering an existing building or public space since 1 September 2014 that is considered to be of high quality design, to enter their project into the awards.

We have reviewed all entries and would now like to ask anyone who lives or works in the borough to get involved and vote for their favourite project to decide the winner of the People’s Choice Award 2017.

Voting opens on 5 October and closes on 14 November 2017.

Winners of the People’s Choice Award 2017 will be formally announced at an award ceremony in November.


Vote for your favorite project

Please take the time to read our People’s Choice Award nominees document and then give us your views on our proposals by voting for your favorite project.

You can vote for your favorite project here. People's Choice Award Vote

For any further information, or to request a questionnaire in an alternative format, please email architecture.awards@barnet.gov.uk.

People’s Choice Award

Overview

In July, Barnet Council in partnership with Re launched the Delivering for Barnet Architecture Awards 2017. The aim of the awards is to celebrate and promote well-designed buildings and open spaces that enhance the quality of life of Barnet’s residents.

We asked anyone who had been involved in completing a new building, or altering an existing building or public space since 1 September 2014 that is considered to be of high quality design, to enter their project into the awards.

We have reviewed all entries and would now like to ask anyone who lives or works in the borough to get involved and vote for their favourite project to decide the winner of the People’s Choice Award 2017.

Voting opens on 5 October and closes on 14 November 2017.

Winners of the People’s Choice Award 2017 will be formally announced at an award ceremony in November.


Vote for your favorite project

Please take the time to read our People’s Choice Award nominees document and then give us your views on our proposals by voting for your favorite project.

You can vote for your favorite project here. People's Choice Award Vote

For any further information, or to request a questionnaire in an alternative format, please email architecture.awards@barnet.gov.uk.

The consultation has now closed.
  • We Asked, You Said, We Did

    3 months ago

    We Asked

    Residents to cast their vote for the People’s Choice Awards as part of the Delivering for Barnet Architecture Awards 2017.

    You Said

    We received 1,184 responses to an on line survey, which was accessible through the Engage for Barnet webpage. A list of shortlisted projects was presented for public voting, along with images of the shortlisted projects and a short description.

    You can access this here.

    We Did

    We awarded the People’s Choice Award to the winner on Tuesday the 21st of November at an award ceremony held at Middlesex ...

    We Asked

    Residents to cast their vote for the People’s Choice Awards as part of the Delivering for Barnet Architecture Awards 2017.

    You Said

    We received 1,184 responses to an on line survey, which was accessible through the Engage for Barnet webpage. A list of shortlisted projects was presented for public voting, along with images of the shortlisted projects and a short description.

    You can access this here.

    We Did

    We awarded the People’s Choice Award to the winner on Tuesday the 21st of November at an award ceremony held at Middlesex University in Hendon. In the ceremony we emphasized the importance of the People’s Choice Award as a way to engage and start a positive conversation about design and the public’s preferences.