Best architecture on display in Haywards Heath

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Some of the best architectural designs in the area have been shortlisted for awards and are currently on display.

The Mid Sussex Design Awards celebrate and promote the best local architectural design.

The shortlisted entries, which are currently on display in the Mid Sussex District Council reception area, in Oaklands Road, Haywards Heath, are listed below.

Sustainability; Bevan Bank, Cuckfield; Fernbreeze, Colwood Lane, Warninglid; Tobias Place, Coombe Hill Road, East Grinstead; 1-26 The Pheasantry, Turners Hill Rd, Crawley Down; Woodlands Meed Special School Chanctonbury Road, Burgess Hill.

Small Scale Housing; Bevan Bank, Cuckfield; Fernbreeze, Colwood Lane, Warninglid; Tobias Place, Coombe Hill Road, East Grinstead.

Large Scale Housing; Corbett Court, Clayton Court and adjacent affordable flats, Queen Elizabeth Avenue; Bolnore Village Phase 4A, Haywards Heath The Oaks, Imberhorne Lane; 1-26 The Pheasantry, Turners Hill Rd, Crawley Down; Wilmington Way (also known as the Americas), Hanbury Lane, Haywards Heath

Non-Residential; Cedar Lodge, Alexander House Hotel, Turners Hill; Godwin Hall, 6th Form Boarding House, Ardingly College; St Bede’s Boarding House, Worth School, Paddockhurst Road; Woodlands Meed Special School, Chanctonbury Road, Burgess Hill

“The standard of entries has been very high,” noted Councillor Andrew MacNaughton, cabinet member for planning, “and we are lucky to have such a dedicated panel of experts willing to give up a substantial amount of their time to support the project. We all see the value in good design and want to do what we can to support and highlight prime examples.

“All of the shortlisted entries are on display in the MSDC reception area, and we welcome anyone who would like to come along and take a look.”

The exhibition of shortlisted schemes will be up until mid September, and will be re-located for the awards ceremony which takes place on Friday November 6 at East Court in East Grinstead.

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