Wednesday 12th August 3:30pm - 7:30pm
Council Meeting - 12 August 2020
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Bushfire Recovery - Environment
As part of the Australian Heritage Festival, Council biennially runs the Wingecarribee Heritage Awards with the assistance of the Wingecarribee Heritage Advisory Committee. The 2020 Awards have been expanded to include an urban design category and, therefore, they have been renamed the Heritage & Urban Design Awards.
THE 2020 AWARD NOMINATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED.
The winners will be announced at a presentation at a future date to be announced (postponed from 30 April 2020).
The Heritage & Urban Design Awards program aims to recognise and celebrate projects, events and people who contribute positively to our understanding and appreciation of the heritage, history and urban design of the Southern Highlands. The Awards also serve to promote excellence in the design of new elements in a heritage or urban context, to encourage maintenance of heritage assets and heritage areas, and to recognise traditional craftsmanship.
Projects, properties and people can be nominated for a Heritage & Urban Design Award in one of 10 categories:
Heritage & Urban Design Awards 2020 Guidelines (330Kb PDF)
The winners from past Heritage Awards years are available for download below as PDF documents for each year.
The Acre in Bowral (a new building in a historic urban context) was awarded an Excellence in Urban Design award at the 2018 Heritage Awards.
2018 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 591kB)
2015 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 400kB)
2013 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 196kB)
2011 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 426kB)
2009 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 16kB)
For more information about the Wingecarribee Heritage & Urban Design Awards, contact Council's Strategic Planning section by telephone on 02 4868 0888 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.