High Chase, Old Road, Headland Street, Rosefield Street – your neighbours need you!
THE voting process has been extended for the 2017 Harlow Architectural Design Awards, with all to play for as voting has proved to be extremely tight in the residential category. A final burst of votes could decide this year’s competition, so your neighbourhood spirit is needed now! Help support your neighbours by voting for your favourite new building in Harlow, before it’s too late.
There is also time to affect the vote in the 2017 Non-residential category, by visiting
www.harlowarchitecturaldesignawards.org.uk and clicking on the vote section.
Organised by Harlow Civic Society and supported by founding sponsor Places for People and annual sponsor Architecture & Design Services, the Harlow Architectural Design Awards set out to celebrate the best examples of recent architecture, and encourage better design for the future of the town.
Paul McLintic, founder of the Harlow Architectural Design Awards said: “We are delighted to have already received around 500 votes for the best new residential and non-residential buildings in the town, but the voting has proved to be extremely close!
“As a result, we have decided to extend the final voting until the end of September, so there is still time to make your vote count, and decide who will receive this year’s trophy.”
Once the polls close on 29th September 2017 and all votes have been counted, the HADA panel will consider each building and, in light of the voting, select a winner in each category.
The results will then be announced at a public Awards ceremony at Harlow Cricket Pavilion on 22nd October 2017.
For further information on October’s awards ceremony, contact email@example.com
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