Great to see a few of our projects getting the nod from the judges of the RICS Social Impact Awards. Four of our projects have been shortlisted in the South East Regional Shortlist.
- The Great Hall, Canterbury - Education, Leisure
- 41 Central Parade, Herne Bay - Residential
- The Harmonia Village, Dover - Healthcare
- Wealden Crematorium, Horam - Infrastructure, Land & Rural
The awards were developed to showcase world class examples of how the built environment can have a direct positive social and environmental impact on society.
Considering the recent and growing outbreak of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) in the UK, RICS has taken the decision to move the RICS Social Impact Award ceremonies to a digital platform via recorded videos.
RICS website states "we take the health and well-being of our attendees and staff very seriously and, in line with Government recommendations, are avoiding large physical gatherings at this stage. While we regret to take this decision, we are delighted to still be able to announce our regional winners through pre-recorded videos, which will be aired in coming weeks. We would like to thank all participants for their commitment in entering our newly developed awards programme. We look forward to showcasing world class examples of how the built environment can have a direct positive social and environmental impact on society and we hope you can join us online to celebrate winning projects from across your region"
For more information, visit www.rics.org/uk/training-events/rics-awards/