Lord Mayor Awards
Lord Mayor Awards Scheme
The scheme awards those who have made an exceptional contribution to the city. They will:
- be a resident of Newcastle
- be regarded as a person of distinction within their chosen field
- work in a voluntary capacity
- perform a leading role in the delivery of the service provided
- have shown long term commitment, for example intensive work over 3 to 5 years or consistent service over 20 years
- have made an exceptional contribution or significant difference to their community or cause
- be involved in a role or service that is unique, innovative or significantly different from other services
- be involved in a service that is substantial, for example involving at least 100 people
Nominations for an award should demonstrate wide spread support from the community served or group concerned.
Awards will not usually be made to those who have received recognition in the past or who have had a previous nomination turned down.
The Lord Mayor's Design Awards have been running since 1994. The awards aim to encourage, promote and publicise the very best in architecture and environmental design and to improve the built environment.
Awards are given to outstanding projects in the fields of architecture, planning, environmental, urban and landscape design.
We are now accepting entries for the 2019 awards for schemes which make an outstanding contribution to the quality and appearance of the local environment. There is no entry fee for this award scheme and entries can be made by anyone closely connected with a project, so long as the permission of the owner of the project has been obtained.
The closing date for entries is Friday 25th October 2019.
Please see the Entry form (pdf, 330kb) for accompanying notes regarding the rules of entry and how to enter. You can return the completed the entry form by post, or by email.
If you do have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.
View the Lord Mayor Design Awards 2017 Winners Brochure.
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Newcastle High School For Girls, special award winner 2017