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Results announced for 2011 Civic Trust Awards

From 333 national and international entries, 57 projects have been recognised by the prestigious Civic Trust Awards at a ceremony held at the People’s History Museum in Manchester. Awards were presented to the best new build, conservation, restoration and public realm by Civic Trust Awards Patron, architect and TV presenter George Clarke.

In total, 27 Awards were given, including 7 projects that were chosen to receive a Special Award, demonstrating outstanding credentials in a specific area. These winners are as follows:

Special Award for Inclusive Design - The West Centre (Glasgow, Scotland) by Anderson Bell Christie
Special Award for Sustainability - Medieval & Renaissance Galleries (South Kensington, Greater London) by MUMA
Special Award for Community Engagement - Stonebridge Hillside Hub (Brent, Greater London) by Edward Cullinan Architects
Special Award for Restoration & Refurbishment - McManus Galleries Conservation, Repair and Adaptation (Dundee, Scotland) by Page Park Architects
Michael Middleton Special Award - Norwich Cathedral Visitors Centre (Norwich, Eastern) by Hopkins Architects
National Panel Special Award - Tyne Cot Cemetery (Zonnebeke, Belgium) by Govaert & Vanhoutte Architectenburo
Special Award for Scotland - The Briggait (Glasgow, Scotland) by Wasps Studios / Nicoll Russell Studios

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