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Europan judges fail to find a winner

This year’s Europan 9 judges have failed to find a scheme good enough for one of the three British competition sites.

The decision to award two runner-up prizes for the Sheffield Skye Edge plot – instead of naming an outright winner – echoes the result in Europan 8 two years ago, when the jury felt none of the entries were good enough for a site in Milton Keynes (AJ 16.02.06).

Despite ‘bending over backwards’ to pick a victor, the Europan 9 jurors felt all the submitted schemes in Sheffield required more work and have asked the finalists to develop their designs.

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