The 2019 York Design Awards are now open for entries across a wide range of categories including large and small residential development, commercial and public buildings, conservation and restoration projects and open spaces. Is your project one of the best in York? Enter today. Closing date for entries is 29th March 2019.
Winners will be announced and presented with their awards at the presentation evening which takes place on Monday 24 June at the University of York’s Ron Cooke Hub. If you would like to keep up to date about the York Design Awards, please sign up to our e-newsletter.
2018 Winners

Previous Winners Archive 2009

1–8 Boundary Close, Heworth Green

2009 New Build Award

Architect: Constructive Individuals
Developer: York Housing Association

York Eco Business Centre, Clifton Moor

2009 New Build Award

Architect: DSP Architects
Developer: The Helmsley Group

York ARC Light, Union Terrace

2009 New Build Award

Architect: Bauman Lyons Architects
Developer: York Housing Association

De Grey Court, Lord Mayor's Walk

2009 New Build Award

Architect: Rivington Street Studio
Developer: York St. John University

The Footbridge, Queen Anne's Road, St. Peter's School

2009 Open Space/Public Realm Award

Architect: Crease Strickland Parkins
Developer: St. Peter’s School

The South Gallery, York Art Gallery

2009 Conservation Award

Architect: Gelder Harvey Architects
Developer: York Museums Trust

St. Helen's Cottage, 103 Alma Terrace

2009 Conservation Award

Architect: Moray Mackay Architecture
Developer: Peter Brocklebank & Diane Bell

2 Dalton Terrace, The Mount

2009 New Build & Conservation Award

Architect: Fining Associates Ltd.
Developer: Mr & Mrs Richard Bailey

The St. Anthony's Hall Site, Peasholme Green

2009 Conservation/Reuse, New Build, Open Space/Public Realm Award

Architect: Richard Parkin
Garden Design: Annette Parkes, Bishop Burton College
Developer: The York Conservation Trust

De Grey Court, Lord Mayor's Walk

The Lord Mayor's Award

Architect: Rivington Street Studio
Developer: York St. John University

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