The RIBA has been celebrating outstanding work for over 180 years, and for 50 years the RIBA awards and prizes for buildings have championed and celebrated the best architecture in the UK.
The RIBA Regional Awards are given to UK buildings for their regional importance as a piece of architecture
This year's RIBA Regional Awards include 4 projects related to housing for older people.
- Beech Gardens in Ludlow, South Shropshire Housing Association (connexus group), designed by K4. More at: https://connexus-group.co.uk/news/innovative-ludlow-development-nominated-top-architecture-award (opens new window)
- Steepleton in Tetbury, PegasusLife (a former HAPPI award winner and a forthcoming Housing LIN case study), designed by Proctor & Matthews. More at: https://www.proctorandmatthews.com/news/riba-awards-2019 (opens new window)
- Marmalade Lane in Cambridge, K1 Cohousing project (and a Housing LIN blog by Jan Chadwick), designed by Mole Architects. More about K1 at: https://www.molearchitects.co.uk/projects/housing/k1-cambridge-co-housing/ (opens new window)
- Woodside Square in Haringey, AnchorHanover and Hill, designed by PTEa. More about the development at: https://pollardthomasedwards.co.uk/projects/woodside-square/ (opens new window)