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Seven projects shortlisted for the RIBA Yorkshire Awards 2024

A medieval tower in York, farmers market and a Catterick Racecourse stand are among seven projects shortlisted for the RIBA Yorkshire Awards 2024.

16 February 2024

The revival of an 11th century medieval tower in York, a stand at Catterick Racecourse, and farmers market are among seven projects shortlisted for the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Yorkshire Awards 2024.

Crimple Hall by ArkleBoyce Architects. Image: Jim Stephenson

The projects that have been shortlisted are:

RIBA Yorkshire Jury Chair Lucy Plumridge, Associate Director of HLM Architects, said:

“The range of schemes submitted for the RIBA Yorkshire Awards demonstrate the growing trend of retrofit and a sustainability-first approach to design.  

“We commend these practices for their innovative designs, which reflect the social and economic impact of reinventing existing buildings. 

“From the radical restoration of Clifford’s Tower which unlocks rooms that have been inaccessible for over 300 years, to a sustainable farmers market building which sensitively connects to the surrounding Crimple Valley and habitats, as well as a concert hall upgrade which enriches a town hall’s cultural offering, there is a fantastic breadth of architecture across the region.” 

Park Hill Phase 2 by Mikhail Riches. Image: Tim Crocker

The RIBA Regional Awards shortlists for 2024 will be announced from 8 to 23 February. Check back throughout this period for shortlist publications.

All projects shortlisted for RIBA Regional Awards will be visited by a regional jury, and the winning projects will be announced later this spring.

The winners will then be considered for several RIBA Special Awards, including the RIBA Sustainability Award (sponsored by Autodesk) and RIBA Building of the Year (sponsored by EH Smith), before being considered for a highly coveted RIBA National Award, which will be announced in summer.

The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize – the UK’s best new building – will be drawn from the RIBA National Award-winning projects, and announced in September. The Stirling Prize winner will be announced in October. 

Skipton Town Hall by LDN Architects. Image: LDN Architects
Sort Trae by HEM Architects, Susi Clark & Marc Medland Architect. Image: Dug Wilders Photography

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