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Twelfth Waverley Design Awards Winners announced

Science & Mathematics Centre, Charterhouse School, Godalming
The Overall Design Award went to the Science & Mathematics Centre, Charterhouse School, Godalming

Published Friday, 15 March 2019

Last night, (Thursday 14 March), the twelfth Waverley Design Awards were held to celebrate the best of the borough’s new developments.

Around 85 awards nominees and guests, including the Mayor of Waverley, Councillor Denise Le Gal, Leader of the Council, Councillor Julia Potts,  Portfolio Holder for Policy and Customer Services Councillor Christopher Storey and expert judges, gathered at the refurbished Memorial Hall, Farnham to find out who, out of the outstanding entries from across the borough, had scooped the awards.

The evening ceremony began with an exhibition with drinks and light refreshments, followed by the formal presentation. The judges, who were on hand to give out some of the awards, included the council’s Design Champion, Councillor David Else, Laith Anayi of Stedman Blower Architects, Mark Gower from UCA, Heather Kerswell of HK Associates and Russell Morris,  Historic Buildings Officer at Waverley Borough Council.

Councillor Christopher Storey, Portfolio Holder for Policy and Customer Services, said: “We’d like to thank all those who entered the awards this year and extend our congratulations to the winners; the standard was, as usual, very high and there were some deserving winners who have played a huge role in helping ensure Waverley continues to have a high quality built environment. Thanks also to those who took the time to vote for their favourite buildings in the People’s Choice Award.”

The awards were introduced in 1995 by Waverley Borough Council to encourage interest in the quality of the borough’s built and natural environment and to promote an awareness of the need for high quality design.

Sponsor for the 2018/19 Design Awards was The Haslemere Society.

 

The prize winners are:

Environment and Landscape

Winner – Tice’s Meadow, Farnham

Highly Commended – Compasses Bridge, Alfold

Commended – Witley Manor, Witley

 

Alterations and Extensions

Winner – Barn conversion, Godalming

Highly Commended – Residential extension, Haslemere

Commended – East Barn, Cranleigh

 

Community Award

Winner – Casis Farm, Cranleigh

Commended – Wilfred Noyce Centre, Godalming

 

Education Building

Winner – Science & Mathematics Centre, Charterhouse School, Godalming

Highly Commended – Undershaw, Hindhead

Commended – St Hugh’s, Holy Cross Hospital, Haslemere

 

New residential buildings

Winner - New residential dwelling, Farnham

Highly commended - New residential leisure complex, Haslemere

Commended -  New residential dwelling, Cranleigh

                        New residential dwelling, Farnham

 

New Buildings – 2 or more dwellings

Winner – Church View, Godalming

Highly commended – Millbank Close, Farnham

Commended – The Tannary, Godalming

 

Special Award

Interior Quality - Casis Farm, Cranleigh

 

People’s Choice

Winner – Wilfred Noyce Centre, Godalming

 

Overall Design Award

Winner – Science and Mathematics Centre, Charterhouse School, Godalming

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