Street Design Awards

The winners of the 2019 Street Design Awards

26/06/2019

From the restoration of a historic burial site to a successful and innovative road safety scheme, the winners of the 2019 Street Design Awards have been revealed.

Highways Winner: New Park Road, Sustrans and Lambeth LBC

26/06/2019

The New Park Road safety scheme has been chosen as this year's winner of the highways category.

Urban Green Space Commended: Mitre Square, City of London Corporation

26/06/2019

Mitre Square in London has been commended in the urban green space category of the Street Design Awards.

Urban Green Space Highly Commended: Grantham Green, Eastleigh Borough Council

26/06/2019

This year's highly commended of the Urban Green Space category is Eastleigh Borough Council for its Grantham Green project.

Urban Green Space Runner-up: Sovereign Square, Leeds City Council and re-form landscape architecture

25/06/2019

The runner-up in the Urban Green Space category is the redevelopment of Sovereign Square in Leeds.

Urban Green Space Winner: Muslim War Cemetery Peace Garden, The terra firma Consultancy and Woking Borough Council

25/06/2019

The regeneration of the Muslim War Cemetery Peace Garden in Woking has been crowned the winner of the Urban Green Space category.

Children's Play Highly Commended: Golden Lane Estate Playground, City of London Corporation

25/06/2019

The Highly Commended title of the Children's Play category has been awarded to the refurbishment of the Golden Lane Estate in London.

Children's Play Runner-Up: Godley Gardens, Enable Leisure and Culture

25/06/2019

Godley Gardens in Wandsworth has been chosen as this year's runner-up in the Children's Play category of the Street Design Awards.

Children's Play: Winner: Milner Square, Islington LBC

25/06/2019

The winner of this year's Children's Play category is Islington LBC for the new play scheme at Milner Square.

Public Lighting Runner-up: Newport Bridge Architectural Lighting, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

24/06/2019

The runner-up of the Public Lighting category is Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council for Newport Bridge Architectural Lighting scheme.

Public Lighting Winner: Winner: The Golden Spiral, The terra firma Consultancy and Brighton and Hove City Council

24/06/2019

The Golden Spiral in Brighton has been chosen as this year's winner of the Public Lighting category.

Pedestrian Environment Runner-up: Keel Square, Sunderland City Council

24/06/2019

Sunderland City Council has been chosen as the runner-up in the Pedestrian Environment category for its regeneration of Keel Square.

Pedestrian Environment Winner: Italian Gardens, North Somerset Council

24/06/2019

North Somerset Council has won the Pedestrian Environment category for its transformation of the Italian Gardens.

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Vaux: Transforming Sunderland

The iconic Vaux Brewery site in Sunderland has been transformed into THE BEAM: a mixed use hub in the heart of the city centre.
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Local Government News

Latest issue - Local Goverrnemnt News

The June issue of Local Government News contains the full details of all the winning schemes in the 2019 Street Design Awards. From Children's Play to Pedestrian Environment, find out who has been recognised for their innovation and use of best practice.

This issue also explores how local government pension funds can hedge currency risk, how councils can best address the shortfall in school places, and an update on the number of authorities banning the use of Roundup over safety fears.

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