Prizes have been given to the five most forward-thinking public organisations, the top five private companies and the five individuals who have devoted themselves to improving the built environment.
The winners in the public-sector category were:
The King's Fund, which partnered CABE in the Healthy Hospitals campaign;
Plymouth City Council, which appointed their own design manager and design review panel;
Transform South Yorkshire for its determination in creating quality places to live as part of the nationwide Pathfinder programme;
the Department for Education and Skills for the Building Schools for the Future initiative; and
Wakefield City Council, in particular the Green Space Strategy Team.
The honours in the private-sector category were awarded to:
HBG Construction, for its West Crawley PFI schools scheme;
Baylight Properties, a small London developer that has worked on a number of projects including the conversion of a former paint factory in Wandsworth in to new homes;
Arup and AMEC Group, for their award-winning A650 Bingley Relief Road;
Prudential, the insurance company, which has masterminded an innovative residential scheme in the Kennet Valley;
UK architectural practices, paying tribute in particular to all those firms who have applied for CABE award schemes, including Building for Life Standard.
The individual winners were:
Jackie Wellings, the head of urban policy at Advantage West Midlands;
Mike Rowan, director of Mile End Park, east London;
Sebastian Coe, the chair of the London 2012 Olympic bid;
Tom Dacey, the group chief executive of the Southern Housing Group;
Councillor Daniel Moylan, deputy leader of the council at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
All the winners will receive a certificate and a written commendation to celebrate their achievements.