2024 Civic Trust Awards, AABC Conservation Awards, Selwyn Goldsmith Awards

Two Buttress projects have been shortlisted for three  regional finalist awards. 

Two Buttress projects have been shortlisted as regional finalists for three awards. 

After a rigorous first-stage assessment process, from over 300 projects, Buttress has been shortlisted for:

  • Regional Finalist Civic Trust Awards – King’s Gate Caernarfon Castle
  • Regional Finalist AABC Conservation Awards – Lincoln Medieval Bishops’ Palace
  • Regional Finalist: Selwyn Goldsmith Awards – King’s Gate Caernarfon Castle
a stone ruin in front of Lincoln Cathedral
External photograph of a castle. It's taken from a drone so you see the internal high platform of the King's Gate. It has a wooden floor with people milling around enjoying the view and the sunshine.

Images: Left, Lincoln Medieval Bishops' Palace.  Right, Caernarfon Castle (credit Daniel Hopkinson).

The Civic Trust Awards scheme was established in 1959 to recognise outstanding architecture, planning and design in the built environment. The awards recognise all aspects of the architectural and design merits of the schemes. In addition, sustainability credentials, accessibility, and the civic contribution of each of these projects have been robustly debated and assessed at great length by the judging panel.

Buttress and all the other regional finalists will be considered by the Civic Trust’s National Judging Panel members, with the winners being announced in 2024. 

You can read more about the Civic Trust Awards and the rest of the 2024 finalists here.

Triangular logo with the works Civic, Trust and Awards written on each outside edge.  Inside, the words 2024 Regional Finalists are shown.
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