Oxford Preservation Trust Awards

Entries to the
OXFORD PRESERVATION TRUST AWARDS 2014
are now open

Now in their 37th year the Oxford Preservation Trust Awards continue to go from strength to strength and celebrate those projects that make our City thrive. This is our chance to recognise the contribution of others and for everyone to share the conservation projects, new buildings, landscape and community projects, large or small, which are adding to Oxford and its setting.  So, whether you are an owner, architect or just have a favourite project we would like to hear from you.

Debbie Dance, Director of the Oxford Preservation Trust says “The awards are OPT’s opportunity to give prominent local recognition to projects, large and small, and to recognise the teams that make them happen. They illustrate the vital role that positive design has across our community and how improvements to our physical environment shape the city”. 

The OPT Awards celebrate:

  • Projects located in Oxford or its Green Belt, including Abingdon
  • Projects which make a contribution to the public domain, are visible from the street or public place or have public acces
  • Projects that have been completed within the last three years (no earlier than 1st January 2011).

The deadline for applications is the 23 May 2014

Download the application form and guidance here

Last year the awards were a great success with our expert panel, chaired by Malcolm Airs, awarding eight plaques and eleven certificates across the three categories of Buildings Conservation, New Buildings and Small Projects. 

 

For further information please contact e.cooper@oxfordpreservation.org.uk 

Guests at the Trust Award Evening 2011; Trust Chairman & Director with Sponsors Kemp & Kemp, Image credits Greg Smolonski/Photovibe
Guests at the Trust Award Evening 2011; Centre: Trust Chairman & Director with Sponsors Kemp & Kemp, Image credits Greg Smolonski/Photovibe