Chiswick Park, the modern office complex just off Chiswick High Road has won one of the UKs most prestigious awards schemes for architectural and environmental design.

The 1.5 million square foot office complex, designed by Richard Rogers, has been given the award by the Civic Trust, a registered charity. A total of seven Special Awards, 50 Awards, 79 Commendations and 49 Mentions were awarded to outstanding examples of urban design, with projects ranging from new buildings and restorations, to landscape schemes and a light railway system.


The award winning business park

The Civic Trust Awards have been established for 42 years, and are given to outstanding examples of architecture, restorations, town planning, landscapes and public art. The Civic Trust Awards scheme is unique in that its judges not only look for design excellence, but also awards projects that benefit local communities and environment.

There were 50 such awards given this year with 22 in the Greater London area.

The Civic Trust organises its awards with help from local authorities around the UK.


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