Architectural excellence and craftsmanship celebrated in West Norfolk
- Credit: The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk
Architectural excellence and craftsmanship in West Norfolk have been celebrated at the Mayor's Design Awards.
The 2018 awards short listed 30 schemes under a number of different categories.
The Gold Award winner was Davaar House, Docking. Judges said: 'Davaar House stood out for the panel, not only does it have high environmental sustainability credentials, but is also a clever and distinctive design that sits comfortably on its plot and takes advantage of the views afforded by the surrounding countryside.'
West Norfolk mayor Nick Daubney said: 'The awards ceremony was a great evening, a suitable celebration of our push for better design and innovation and construction standards across our borough.'
Winners in full were:
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Single new build property – Davaar House, Docking
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Listed building – Snowre Hall, Fordham
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Gold award - Davaar House, Docking
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