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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