The winners of the 2022 York Design Awards were announced in July and you can see them here (link to 2022 Winners « York Design Awards)


The 2023 awards will launch on 28th February, with the awards ceremony taking place on 3rd July 2023.
Awards application now available here
The Awards cover a wide range of categories including large and small residential developments, community and commercial buildings, open space/public realm/landscape, and mixed-use schemes, and are open to all projects completed in the last five years.


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West Offices & Canopy, Hampton by Hilton Hotel and Landscaped Courtyard, Station Rise & Toft Green

The York Design Awards encourage and celebrate good design in the built environment in York. Generally, the applications are for individual projects but the over-all objective is the protection and enhancement of the city as a whole. It is, therefore, logical that when a series of different projects come together to create a place of a very high quality the combined effect should merit an award. In such cases, it is quite possible that one or more of the designs that contribute to the whole might not be of sufficient quality on its own to rise to the high standards of a one-off award. But this should not prevent it being recognised with the other designs that go to make up the whole. In many respects, urban design is the peak of the York Design Awards that set out to promote good designs that come together for the sake of the city.

Architect: Crease Strickland Parkins
Client/Developer: S Harrison & Buccleuch Property and City of York Council
Presented by: The Rt. Hon. the Lord Mayor of York Cllr. Julie Gunnell

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