Two schemes designed and planned by The Harris Partnership have been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Leeds Architecture Awards.
Our innovative design for The Blackburn Wing conference and events venue at Bowcliffe Hall near Wetherby has been selected as a finalist for the New Build award, whilst we are especially delighted to lean that our work on the restoration of Oakwood Clock at Roundhay has helped win this much loved Leeds landmark shortlisting’s for both Public Realm & Landscape Design and Conserved Buildings categories,
Hosted by Leeds City Council in association with Leeds Civic Trust, Leeds Property Forum and RIBA, the Leeds Architecture Awards celebrate excellence in architectural design with the aim of promoting a sense of pride in the new developments that are reshaping the city of Leeds and making a major contribution to its future development and prosperity.
In drawing up this year’s shortlists from a record number of nominations, the judging panel, led by Historic Building Restoration specialist, Kit Martin CBE, sought to recognise and reward innovation, sustainability and the team work that is at the heart of successful development and regeneration.
We look forward to seeing industry colleagues at the finals Awards Dinner at Leeds Town Hall on 2nd March.