Assessment Reports

Learning from The Urbanism Awards is captured by our assessment teams, who have visited and reported on each of our finalists. Find out more about the process behind The Urbanism Awards and our assessment criteria.

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Maritime Quarter | Swansea

Assessment Summary As a Great Place finalist, Swansea Maritime Quarter is perhaps unusual given the relatively wide geographical area it

Granary Square

Assessment Summary Opening in 2012 to coincide with the London Olympics, Granary Square is a new pedestrian piazza which lies

Kirkgate

Assessment Summary This historic street has been neglected for over forty years. Although it has a rich and meaningful history,

Argyle Street

Assessment Summary This part of Argyle Street spans from Kelvingrove Museum, to the new Anderston residential scheme. A vibrant, street

Kelham Island

Assessment Summary As in all good neighbourhoods, leadership in Kelham Island/Neepsend is a successful combination of the local authority conservationists

Hackney Wick

Assessment Summary At the heart of Hackney Wick is an area of former East End industries that have either collapsed

Ancoats

The redevelopment of post-industrial sites poses particular issues. Inevitably new uses have to be found for buildings and sites that

Paisley

Assessment Summary Paisley didn’t win the City of Culture 2018 but the process of developing their bid won over the

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