The 45 projects named as finalists in the Civic Trust Awards 2022 have been selected by a national judging panel a panel chaired by Keith Williams comprising Architecture Today editor Isabel Allen, BPD chair Chris Harding, communications specialist Josh Fenton and Dominique Staindl, Martin Knight of Knight Architects, Claire Barton of Haverstock, Albert Taylor of AKT II, inclusive design consultant David Dropkin, Derwent London sustainability lead John Davies, Neal Charton, Aileen Wiswell of the Cabinet Office’s estates team and Julian Robinson, director of estates at the London School of Economics.
Among them is an education centre for sustainable farming in the Cotswolds designed by Timothy Tasker Architects, conjoined primary school and residential tower designed by Henley Halebrown in London and the overhaul of the Gannochy estate in Perth by Anderson Bell + Christie to attract a more multi-generational community.
These schemes were whittled down from a longlist of 90 regional finalists, and each will go on to be announced as a National or International Civic Trust Award or be highly commended in their field on 7 March 2022.
A number of special Civic Trust Awards will also be given, including the Selwyn Goldsmith Award for universal design excellence and the AABC Conservation Award for historic building conservation.
There will also be the National Panel Special Award for the judge’s favourite project, Special Award for Sustainability, Special Award for Community Impact & Engagement, Michael Middleton Special Award for a restoration or new build within a conservation area, Special Award for Transportation & Infrastructure and the Special Award for Reuse & Adaptation.
See the full list of finalists for the Civic Trust Awards 2022: