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Birmingham scheme scoops top Regeneration & Renewal award

Birmingham scheme scoops top Regeneration & Renewal award

A Birmingham housing development has lifted the top prize in this year’s Regeneration & Renewal Awards.

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Beacons of excellence

30 November 2012

The 45 judges involved in this year's Regeneration & Renewal Awards have chosen their 14 winners. Colin Marrs and Stuart Watson report on what made these schemes stand out.

 
 
Judges comb the country to find the best projects

Judges comb the country to find the best projects

10 September 2012

The shortlist for the Regeneration & Renewal Awards 2012 reveals scores of worthy schemes making major contributions to the economic vitality and social wellbeing of communities across the UK, says awards chairman Adam Branson .

 
 
Judges comb the country to find the best projects

Judges comb the country to find the best projects

07 September 2012

The shortlist for the Regeneration & Renewal Awards 2012 reveals scores of worthy schemes making major contributions to the economic vitality and social wellbeing of communities across the UK, says awards chairman Adam Branson .

 
 
Regeneration & Renewal Awards deadline approaching

Regeneration & Renewal Awards deadline approaching

26 June 2012

The deadline for submissions to this year's Regeneration & Renewal Awards is approaching.

 
 

Previous R&R Awards

Blog: R&R awards slideshow now live

Blog: R&R awards slideshow now live

25 September 2009

Click through to our blog to view a slideshow of highlights from the 2009 Regeneration & Renewal awards.

 
 

Special awards supplement The 2009 winners

28 September 2009

Professor Anne Power, social policy director of the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion at the London School of Economics, has won the lifetime achievement award at the 2009 Regeneration & Renewal awards.

 
 

Winner of the Grand Prix Award and the Award for the Best Designed Regeneration Development

23 September 2009

Castleford Bridge, West Yorkshire

 
 

Regeneration & Renewal awards countdown

15 June 2009

14 Pier Walk/TfL Building, Greenwich, London

 
 

New categories in this year's R&R awards

13 February 2009

Three new awards categories including housing association of the year are included in this year's Regeneration & Renewal awards.

 
 

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