RIBA 2016 AWARD ON BBC NEWS 26_04_2016
Nine buildings across the East Midlands have won a regional architecture prize.
Contenders for The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) East Midlands annual awards include a castle, a former glass warehouse and a school sports pavilion.
The winning buildings, which were revealed at a ceremony in Nottingham, will now be considered for the national award, which will be announced in June.
The Portland Collection, Welbeck Estate, in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, also won awards for Building of the Year Award, Sustainability Award and Conservation Award.
Lucy Plumridge, regional jury chair, said:
“The quality and attention to detail exhibited by the winning schemes was outstanding.
“Every scheme suited its end users perfectly, creating a sense of place and an aspirational environment.”
RIBA Awards have been running for 50 years.