Nominations are now closed for the 2014 Awards!
Check back soon to nominate for the 2015 Urbanism Awards.
Help us promote and learn from the places that work well by nominating a great City, Town, Neighbourhood, Street or Place for an Urbanism Award.
Why should I nominate?
Identifying and learning about the places that are doing the right thing is vitally important to influencing all sorts of future practice and policy. Put simply, we can pick up ideas and lessons from great places, which can be applied elsewhere.
Who can nominate?
Everyone! The nominations stage is open to all.
What are we looking for?
Old or new, large or small, known or unknown – we are looking for quality places that work well and encourage a high quality of life. When judging, we look for places that perform well in the following areas: Governance, Character & Distinctiveness, User Friendliness, Commercial Success & Viability, Environmental & Social Sustainability and Functionality. For more information on what we believe constitutes a ‘great place’, please view our Manifesto.
How do I nominate?
All we need is the name of each nomination and a short paragraph with your reasoning.
Please note: places that have reached our finalist stage before can not be re-nominated. Please visit our Awards map to find out which places these are. A list of previous finalists is available here.
1. Write your nominations in the form below together with a reason.
2. Press ‘Submit’ at the bottom of the page to register them.