Planning and Architecture
SAQP2017 Award Winners
Of the 22 shortlisted entries to the Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning 2017 16 won awards last night in the four categories of Partnership, Place, Plans and Process.
You can view each award winner’s video in this post.
Orkney Islands Council – ‘Team Stromness’ – Urban Regeneration Project
East Ayrshire Council – Catrine Environmental Heritage Project
Land Use Consultants – Scottish Marine Recreation and Tourism Survey
Midlothian Council – Dalkeith Corn Exchange Restoration
West Lothian Council – West Lothian’s Planning Guidance on Health Impact Assessments
Cairngorms National Park – Snow Roads Scenic Route Initiative
Midlothian Council – Dalkeith Town Centre Heritage Restoration Project
The Highland Council – Nucleus: The Nuclear and Caithness Archive, Wick
West Dunbartonshire Council – Bowling Arches Refurbishment Phases 1 and 2
West Dunbartonshire Council – Kippen Dairy Residential Development
Falkirk Council – Falkirk Open Space Strategy
North Ayrshire Council – North Ayrshire Town Centre Audits
Aberdeenshire Council – Delivery of Affordable Housing through the planning system
Clydeplan – Future-proofing Clydeplan: Flood Risk Management Tool
Scottish Borders Council – Caseload spreadsheets and performance scorecard
The Highland Council – Highland edevelopment – Transforming Service Delivery
Congratulations again to all our award winners and shortlisted projects!