2018 Awards

THE CLOSING DATE FOR NOMINATION IS WEDNESDAY 31 JANUARY 2018

STEP ONE
Read the Rules and Guidelines Document

STEP TWO
Complete and send online entry form

ENTRIES FOR PROJECTS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE.

Nominations for projects will be considered of:

  • New buildings
  • Historic buildings or monuments that have been reused or refurbished
  • Designed public realm schemes such as street works, parks etc.
  • Designed landscapes e.g. gardens or public green spaces

For entries in 2018, only projects in Scotland completed and occupied between 1 January 2016 and 31 January 2018 may be entered.

Nominations can be made by community groups including:

  • Civic societies and other local groups affiliated to the Scottish Civic Trust*
  • Community Councils
  • Development Trusts
  • Other community-based voluntary groups or heritage societies

For the 2018 awards nominations can also be made architects, landscape architects, other designers and organisations such as local authorities, building preservation trusts, housing association etc as long as they can demonstrate support from the local community for the project and evidence of positive differences made such as community benefit and placemaking.

*a list of affiliated groups can be found at http://www.scottishcivictrust.org.uk/civic-trust-network/find-a-local-society/

PROJECTS: Scottish Civic Trust My Place Awards 2016
Nominations for projects will be considered of:
New buildings
• Historic buildings that have been reused or refurbished
• Designed public realm schemes such as streetworks, parks etc.
The judging panel will be looking for excellence in terms of:
• Build and design quality: appropriateness, innovation and sustainability
• Preservation or enhancement of local historic built environment
• Community involvement, benefit and impact
• Achievements of the project: difficulties faced and challenges overcome
PEOPLE: Scottish Civic Trust My Place Civic Champion Award 2016
The Awards acknowledge and award an individual who makes an outstanding contribution to:
• The heritage sector either generally or in a specific area
• Their local community
• The civic movement in Scotland
The judging panel will be looking for evidence of:
• Contribution to preserving and/or promoting local historic built environment
• Community participation, engagement, benefit and impact
• Promoting pride of place