The Isle of Wight Society

CONSERVATION AWARDS ENTRY FORMS


THE ISLE OF WIGHT SOCIETY DESIGN & CONSERVATION AWARDS

THE COMPETITION IS NOW A BIENNIAL AWARD TO BE GIVEN NEXT IN 2020

The Isle of Wight Society is looking for entries for their Design and Conservation Awards from members of the public, builders, designers etc. Parish councils & charities nominating entries may be exempt from the entry fee.  
The entry can be a restoration project, a rebuild, an extension to an existing building of architectural merit, a new build in character with its surroundings or any combination of these.

RIBA IW ARCHITECTS DESIGN AWARDS        
The nominated project can be a new building of any type, or a conversion, extension or alteration to an existing building that aspires to architectural excellence.
Anyone can nominate a building for this award, and the only entry criteria are:
(i) that the building project must be located on the Isle of Wight and
(ii) must be designed by a qualified Architect or Architect’s practice.

The nomination form should be accompanied by photographs, before & after completion with drawings of the project and a written explanation/design statement.

The Awards, comprising of a plaque for the building owner and certificates
for the Architect and contractor plus Certificates of Merit for runners
up, will be given at the Awards Ceremony.  

PDF of Awards Entry Brief

The entry fee is £25 and this gives you two tickets to the Awards evening. Entries from Charities or Parish Councils may be exempt, but in this case only one ticket is provided. Some entries may be eligible for both the Design Category & the Conservation Category – only one fee is required.

Each property nominated requires an A1 display panel for the awards evening. See the Entry Brief for details of display boards for the awards.
 
If you are not able to produce your own display board we will design and print your A1 board for £25, payable in addition to the entry fee.

A Photoshop template for the board is available for your architects. If you just need the sheet printing, then this can be done for £12. See Entry Brief for details.

The closing date for entries is 14th February.  Judging will take place in April
The Award Ceremony and presentations will be at the Royal Yacht Squadron on Friday 15th May 2020.

Nomination / Entry Form

PLEASE NOTE: 

You will need to save/export the form onto your computer to fill it in.

Please complete your nomination form electronically and return as a PDF together with relevant photographs to iwdca.committee@gmail.com



NB: It is important that the text entered on the nomination form about the property is accurate and informative as this text will be the description used on the A1 Boards. Please supply before and after photographs of your property with your entry form in order that the judges can view the project prior to the physical site visit. If you have numerous or large files, contact us and we can send a link to our Dropbox account, otherwise please just attach the JPEGs to your entry and email it to iwdca.committee@gmail.com

Payment of the entry fee should be made by electronic transfer (referencing the property name) to:

IWDCA BARCLAYS BANK

Sort Code. 20-60-55    Account No. 73545490

If electronic transfer is not possible; Cheques should be made payable to the I.W. Design and Conservation Awards Committee and posted to:

The Treasurer, IW Design & Conservation Awards East Cowes Heritage Centre, 8 Clarence Road East Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO32 6EP.






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Isle of Wight Society
East Cowes Heritage Centre, 8 Clarence Road
East Cowes, PO32 6EP

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