OPT Awards 2019
The Oxford Preservation Trust Awards 2019 will soon be open for entries. In their 42nd year, the OPT Awards continue to go from strength to strength and we were delighted to receive a record number of entries last year.
The OPT Awards celebrate the very best work that is happening across the city and you can see the winners from 2018 below.
So, if you have been impressed by a new building, conservation work or general improvements in your area? – then why not enter the project into this year’s OPT Award’s 2019. We are on the lookout for projects large and small, in the city, or the Green Belt, which contribute positively to Oxford and its green setting.
Anyone can nominate, whether it is a conservation project or environmental enhancement. If you have seen something that has impressed you please contact Jane at firstname.lastname@example.org
All projects are visited by a panel of judges made up of local people and experts from across the City and our two Universities, culminating in a great evening celebrating all that makes Oxford special.
Congratulations to all those recognised in the OPT Awards 2018. The competition was strong with a record 44 entries all making their contribution to Oxford and its green setting.
The Awards Panel thank everyone who took part and enjoyed visiting all the entries.
Large Buildings Conservation
Worcester College Dining Hall
St Ebbe’s Church
Clerici and Sinclair Building Refurbishment, Oxford Brookes University
Small Building Conservation
The Oxford Department of International Development, Queen Elizabeth House
The Malthouse Kitchen, Hook Norton Brewery
4-5 Queen Street
The Queen’s College - New Library
Beckley Village Hall
The Big Data Institute
Keble College, Equal Access Lift
Landscape and Public Realm (inc. Nature Conservation)
Broad Street, Parks Road, Holywell Street, Catte Street Junction Improvement
Certificates: Magdalen College Hall, Brasenose College Greenland Library, St John’s Garden Quad Auditorium, 6-8 Park Town, 40 Park Town, 1-3 Rawlinson Road, d’Overbroeck’s Sixth Form, Perrodo Project (St Peter’s), The Hands Building and Bonavero Institute of Human Rights (Mansfield College), Matthew’s Building (St Peter’s), South Oxford Community Centre.
Thanks to our sponsors Carter Jonas, Critchleys Accountants and Freeth Solicitors, and to St John’s College for hosting the OPT Awards.
- For further details of the 2018 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2017 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2016 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2015 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2014 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2013 winners please click here
Please contact Jane at email@example.com for all Awards related enquiries.