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The Leeds Architecture Awards are a celebration of excellence in architectural design.

The awards aim to promote a sense of pride in the new developments that are reshaping the city of Leeds and making a major contribution to its future development and prosperity. They recognise and reward innovation, sustainability and the team work that is at the heart of successful development and regeneration.

Leeds has an ambition to become the best city in the UK and the quality of its architecture and built environment has a crucial role to play in realising this ambition. Great cities have great architecture but great places are ultimately about people and it is only by creating great places for people to live, work and visit that Leeds will truly become the best city in the UK.

The 2019 Awards ceremony and winners

The 2019 Awards ceremony took place on Thursday 28 February in the Victoria Hall, Leeds Town Hall.

The full list of winners can be viewed below:

 

 

The 2019 WinnersThe 2019 Winners<div class="ExternalClass688A717D272D45ACA6C479852898B9DA"><h2>Altered Building Category</h2><h3>Commendation Winners</h3><p> <strong>Merrion House - 110 Merrion Centre, Leeds LS2</strong><br> Designed by: BDP<br> For: Town Centre Securities Plc with Leeds City Council<br> </p><p> <strong> Bramley Hub - Hough Lane, Leeds LS13</strong><br> Designed by: LCC Community Hub Team with LCC Corporate Property Management, NPS Leeds and Aspect Building Solutions Ltd<br> For: LCC Community Hub Team<br> </p><p> <strong> Former York Road Library - York Road, Leeds LS9</strong><br> Designed by: Enjoy Design<br> For: Rushbond Group<br> </p><h3>Highly Commended Winner</h3><p> <strong> Institute for Transport Studies - 34-40 University Road, Leeds LS2</strong><br> Designed by: Farrell & Clark LLP<br> For: University of Leeds<br> </p><h3>Award Winner</h3><p> <strong> CQ The Court (former St Michael’s College) - St John’s Road, Leeds LS3</strong><br> Designed by: Watkin Jones Group<br> For: The Jesmond Group Ltd<br> </p><h2>Conserved Building Category</h2><h3>Award Winner</h3><p> <strong> Edward Boyle Library - University of Leeds, Leeds LS2</strong><br> Designed by: Associated Architects LLP<br> For: University of Leeds<br> </p><h2>Regeneration Category</h2><h3>Award Winner</h3><p> <strong> Sunny Bank Mills - 83-85 Town Street, Farsley LS28</strong><br> Designed by: Kilmartin Plowman & Partners Ltd<br> For: Sunny Bank Mills<br> </p><h2>Public Realm and Landscape Design Category</h2><h3>Commendation Winners</h3><p> <strong> Kirkstall Forge - Abbey Road, Kirkstall Forge, Leeds LS5</strong><br> Designed by: Planit-IE in collaboration with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Cooper Cromar<br> For: CEG<br> </p><p> <strong> ‘Harehills Hare’ - The Compton Centre, Harehills Lane, Leeds LS8</strong><br> Sculpted by: Ian Kirkpatrick<br> For: LCC Partnership of Regeneration & Communities Teams with East Street Arts<br> </p><p> <strong> ‘Legs Walking’ - City Square, Leeds LS1</strong><br> Sculpted by: The Kenneth Armitage Foundation<br> For: Leeds City Council<br> </p><p> <strong> ‘Park Here & Play 2017’ and ‘Pop Up & Play 2018’ - Victoria Gardens, Leeds LS2</strong><br> Designed by: DLA Design Group<br> For: Leeds City Council<br> </p><h3>Highly Commended Winner</h3><p> <strong> ‘Poppy Wall Art’ - North Lane, Headingley LS6</strong><br> Designed by: Ursula Xanthe Young<br> For: Parade Properties with Ash Road Area Residents’ Association and Leeds City Council<br> </p><h3>Award Winner</h3><p> <strong> ‘A City Less Grey’ – public art in various Leeds City Centre Locations</strong><br> Commissioned by: East Street<br> For: LeedsBID<br> </p><h2>Landscape Stewardship</h2><h3>Charity / Voluntary Group</h3><p> <strong> Rodley Nature Reserve - Moss Bridge Road, Rodley LS13</strong><br> For: Rodley Nature Reserve Trust<br> </p><h3>Public Sector</h3><p> <strong> Water Haigh Woodland Park - Woodlesford LS26</strong><br> For: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust partnered with Leeds City Council<br> </p><h3>Private Landowner / Estate</h3><p> <strong> Bowcliffe Hall - Bramham, Wetherby LS23</strong><br> For: Bayford and Company Limited – Bowcliffe Hall<br> </p><h2>New Building Category</h2><h3>Commendation Winner</h3><p> <strong> Central Square Winter Garden - Wellington Street, Leeds LS1</strong><br> Designed by: DLA Design Group<br> For: Marrico Asset Management LLP<br> </p><h3>Highly Commended Winner</h3><p> <strong> Café Sylva - Louis House, Princes Avenue, Roundhay LS8</strong><br> Designed by: Dzign House Architecture Ltd<br> For: KD Properties<br> </p><h3>Award Winner</h3><p> <strong> Number One, Great Exhibition Way, Kirkstall Forge, Leeds LS1</strong><br> Designed by: Cooper Cromar<br> For: CEG<br> </p><h2>Special Community Award</h2><h3>Award Winner</h3><p> <strong> CATCH Leeds - ARK, Hovingham Avenue, Leeds LS8</strong><br> Designed by: Stack Architects Ltd<br> </p><p>You can <a href="https://youtu.be/LJQjvMI5afM" rel="external">watch a video about Ark and the work they do</a> on Youtube</p></div>

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Shortlist - Altered Buildingshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Shortlist - Altered Buildings.pdf2253133pdf
Shortlist - Conserved Buildingshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Shortlist - Conserved Buildings.pdf882824pdf
Shortlist - New Buildingshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Shortlist - New Buildings.pdf3231090pdf
Shortlist - Public Realm and Landscape Designhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Shortlist - Public Realm and Landscape Design.pdf1345530pdf
Shortlist - Regeneration Schemeshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Shortlist - Regeneration Schemes.pdf1358310pdf

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