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Design and Sustainability Awards winners announced

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2011 Design and Sustainability Awards winners announced

Winners of the West Sussex Design and Sustainability Awards 2011 have been announced.

The awards were presented at Edes House in Chichester by West Sussex County Council Chairman Mike Coleman, and attended by County Council Leader Louise Goldsmith.

Deputy Leader Lionel Barnard, who has responsibility for the environment, said: “As ever, the entries were of a very high standard, making it a difficult decision for judges to choose the winners.”

The winners and commendations were:

The Restoration Award:
Winner: Worth Abbey, Worth, Crawley
Commendation: The Dome, University of Chichester, Bognor Regis campus
Commendation: Pickwell Barn, Ansty

The Sustainable Building Award:
Winner: Lodsworth Larder, Lodsworth
Commendation: The Greenpower Centre, Fontwell

The New Build Award:
Langley Green Children’s Centre, Langley Green, Crawley

Each winner received a custom made trophy, made out of recycled glass with a sustainable oak wood base. The commendations received a custom made recycled glass coaster trophy.

Lionel added: “My congratulations to all the winners and those who were highly commended. These awards are a chance to celebrate the architectural quality and character of West Sussex buildings.”

The entries were judged by Chris Lamb, Chief Executive of Kent Architecture Centre, Leeza Aldis-Hobbs, Chairman of Chichester and South Coast Design Forum, and Michael Rowan of West Sussex County Council.

To find out more about the Design and Sustainability Awards, and the award winners visit the website at

Please visit the website for a copy of the awards brochure (in PDF format), which has full details of category winners and commendations, at