MyPlaceAwards

MY PLACE AWARDS 2021 - 1 MONTH LEFT TO SUBMIT ENTRIES

The Scottish Civic Trust's My Place Awards celebrate community-led built environment projects that have transformed their locality.

The 2021 Awards have two categories: the general Award honours recently completed projects (2018-2020); and the Sustainability Award honours projects completed between 2001 and 2011 that demonstrate continued fitness for purpose, as well as having a robust approach to climate readiness. 

The My Place Awards are a great opportunity to showcase a project's success to the community, stakeholders and funders by receiving much-deserved exposure and media attention. Shortlisted entries will feature in a My Place exhibition - the 2019 My Place exhibition hosted over 12.3k visitors and built environment stakeholders.

HOW TO ENTER: Community groups responsible for a transformative, regenerative built environment project can enter through the My Place Awards entry form. The deadline for entries is 29th August.

Community councils may have suitable projects themselves, or know of others in their area - please circulate this email.

Members of the public are encouraged to get in touch with Scottish Civic Trust on social media (@scotcivictrust), This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by filling out this short form to suggest built environment projects that have made a difference in their town. Please note that public suggestions do not count as entries to the Awards; the My Place Awards team will contact suggested projects about submitting an entry.

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