OUTSTANDING structures in Huddersfield could be in line for a regional award.
The Royal Institute of British Architects has launched its 2009 White Rose Awards to recognise the best in design and construction.
Last year’s winners included a £27,500 garage built in stone for Newsome man Mark Lee.
The scheme, designed by Huddersfield architects One 17 AD, received the bronze award in the category for small projects.
The White Rose Awards are presented to buildings that have high architectural standards, demonstrate sustainable
credentials and make a substantial contribution to the local environment.
The closing date for entries is May 15.
Emma England, regional director of RIBA Yorkshire, said: “These are tough times for architects – and because of this, it is even more important to celebrate the many examples of outstanding work right across the region.
“The awards are an excellent opportunity to demonstrate to clients, the added value that the profession can make to the quality of our built environment.”
Contact Claire Hutchinson on 0113 389 9870 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org