Buckinghamshire Design Awards - People's Choice Award 2022/23

Closed 24 Sep 2023

Opened 24 Aug 2023

Feedback updated 4 Oct 2023

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We asked you to vote for the winner of the Buckinghamshire Design Awards 2022/23 People’s Choice Award.

The Design Awards celebrate the best examples of good design in the county, with the aim of raising the standards for future built development and land management in Buckinghamshire.

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On Monday 2 October 2023, the Brunel Engine Shed in High Wycombe was announced as the winner of the People’s Choice Award.

View the full list of winners of the Buckinghamshire Design Awards 2022/23.


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The People’s Choice Award: Celebrating outstanding design in Buckinghamshire 

The Buckinghamshire Design Awards aim to showcase good quality design across the county and set expectations for the council’s Planning & Environment Service. 

This year, a panel of judges reviewed more than 30 recently completed development projects, all of which have demonstrated significant contribution to the local environment.

Nominated designs included individual buildings through to larger developments and new streets, or public or communal open spaces such as parks, recreational spaces and wildlife habitats. Winners and runner ups were chosen across six categories.

20 designs have been shortlisted for the People’s Choice Award, which is sponsored by the Berkeley Group, and now it’s over to you to vote for your top three favourite designs.

With so many outstanding designs to choose from, we encourage you to view the full list and make your vote at the end, in no particular order.

How to vote

View and vote on the shortlisted designs using the link at the end of the page.

View the shortlist and more photos of the designs (PDF 8.25MB).

Voting remains open until midnight on Sunday 24 September 2023.

What happens next

The winner will be announced at a ceremony on 2 October 2023 and shared on the Buckinghamshire Council website.


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