There are awards up for grabs for local architects and designers who have built something extra special on the Island.
The Jersey Architecture Design awards are held every two years and are open to all designers who think their project adds to Jersey’s character and improves the local environment.
Planning and Environment Minister Deputy Steve Luce said: “I am delighted to invite Jersey architects to demonstrate the quality of work produced over the last two years. The awards are sponsored by the Jersey Architecture Commission who provide critical advice into the planning process on all matters relating to design. Their drive to raise standards is reflected in many of the proposed schemes I have seen since my appointment last year.
“The importance given to design and place making by local architects will be key in driving the regeneration of St Helier in the years ahead and we must continue to strive to set the highest standards possible. The design awards offer the opportunity to see and appreciate the work that is being done.”
Entries have to be in by 12 June and you can pick up an application form from the Environment department at South Hill.
The winners of the eleven different categories will be announced in September.
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