The Currey Award 2011 Map
The Winner - The Windhill Churches Centre
The Currey Award ceremony for 2011 took place on 10 November at the Ferguson Centre, Bishop's Stortford College. The judging panel, under the leadership of Gill Champion, evaluated each of the nominated locations and recorded their deliberations. Gill Champion gave an overview of each nomination with appropriate visuals. Certificates were presented by the BSCF President, Michael Hurford.
The winner was the Windhill Churches Centre for an 'Outstanding New Building'.
Special Commendation - The Nags Head public house
A special commendation was awarded to the Nags Head public house in Dunmow Road for the 'Sensitive Refurbishment of a Listed Building'.
The judging panel for the 2011 Currey Award comprised:
- Chair of the judging panel: Gill Champion (10 years planning experience with the local authority and private consultancy)
- Neil Cooper (manager of Coopers of Stortford)
- Gary Jones (district councillor)
- Colin Woodward (town, district and county councillor).
The Five Candidates
Click on images below for more pictures.
The Windhill Churches Centre Top
A new building which serves the Catholic church of St Joseph's and the English Martyrs
and the Anglican church of St Michael's
The Nags Head public house, Dunmow Road Top
Built c1935, this is a Grade II listed Art Deco building. It has been completely restored and is now a pub and restaurant.
The Former George Hotel, North Street
This building has been completely renovated internally and externally and now houses a Prezzo restaurant.
The River Stort towpath scheme Top
The towpath along the river Stort has been renovated between the Station Road and Causeway bridges.
The United Reformed Church, Water Lane Top
The United Reformed Church in Water Lane has recently undergone exterior cleaning and refurbishment.