The 2019 York Design Awards winners have been announced and you can see the full list here.


The Awards cover a wide range of categories including large and small residential development, commercial and public buildings, conservation and restoration projects and open spaces and are open to all projects completed in the last three years.
The 2020 York Design Awards will open for entries next year.


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2018 Winners

Previous Winners Archive 2010


Poppleton Gate House

2010 New Build - Residential Award

Architect: Crease Strickland Parkins
Developer: York Housing Association


The Joseph Rowntree School

2010 New Build - Community Award

Architect: Bond Bryan Architects Ltd, Sheffield
Developer: City of York Council


St Leonard's Hospice

2010 New Build - Community Award

Architect: Moray Mackay Architecture
Developer: St Leonard’s Hospice


Berrick Saul Building

2010 New Build - Public Award

Architect: BDP, London
Developer: University of York


The Dutch House

2010 Conservation / Reuse Award

Architect: Brierley Groom Architects
Developer: Rogers Homes (Ogleforth) Ltd


Bootham School, Front Elevation of 51 Bootham

2010 Conservation / Reuse Award

Architect: Lawrence Hannah and Ferrey & Mennim
Developer: Bootham School


5 Driffield Terrace

2010 Conservation / Reuse Award

Architect: PRA Architects
Developer: Owner


St Giles Church, Skelton

2010 Conservation / Reuse Award

Architect: Ronald G. Sims and Ferrey & Mennim Architects
Developer: Paraochial Church Council
Conservation work by: Lanstone Conservation


St Olave's School

2010 Mixed Categories Award

Architect: Associated Architects, Birmingham
Developer: St Peter’s School

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