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CIVIC TRUST WINNERS

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Pollard Thomas & Edwards has won the Civic Trust's rural housing award for Lotus Way at Jaywick Sands, Essex (AJ 23.11.00). Buttress Fuller Alsop Williams won the partnership award for its Tim Parry/Johnathan Ball Young People's Centre in Warrington, in memory of two boys killed by a 1993 terrorist bomb. Belfast's WDR&RD Taggart won the sustainability award for its Ecos Millennium Centre visitor centre in Ballymena. Fletcher Priest scooped the rural workplace award for Cannon Avent Production Facility in Glemsford, Suffolk; and Saffron Walden-based Kay Pilsbury Architects won the access award for the restoration of Great Dunmow Maltings, Essex. Form Design Group's work for Plymouth's Stonehouse Peninsula won it the urban design award; and Reavell & Cahill Architects, based in Alnwick, Northumberland, won the market towns award. Glenn Howells Architects' Market Place Theatre, Armagh, was confirmed winner of the centre vision award (AJ 22.03.01).

Lighting Design & Consultancy and Brighton & Hove Council landscape architects won awards for Royal Tweed Bridge lighting and seafront hard landscaping.

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