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Clitheroe Square Contest

Public Realm Redevelopment in Lancashire: Northwest England Design Competition, UK

Pennine Lancashire Squared competition

Proposal: new public square for this small East Lancashire community, located on the edge of the Pennines, east of Preston.

15 Sep 2009

Winner: DSDHA

Clitheroe is a market town

Location: Pennines, northwest England

East Lancashire Design Contest Shortlist:

Birds Portchmouth Russum
Graeme Massie Architects
Mitchell & Associates

Jury Chair: Stephen Hodder

Location: Clitheroe, East Lancashire, north west England, UK

Architecture in England

Contemporary Architecture in England

Pennine Lancashire Squared competition

English Architect

Lancashire Buildings – Selection

Avenham Park Pavilion, Preston
Design: McChesney Architects
Avenham Park
picture from architect
Avenham Park Pavilion

Blackpool civic hub
Design: leit-werk
Blackpool civic hub
picture from architects firm
Blackpool Lancashire redevelopment – architecture competition

Brockholes Wetland and Woodland Nature Reserve Visitor Facilities, nr Preston
Design: Adam Khan Architects
picture from architecture studio
RIBA competition winner
Lancashire nature reserve

Chatsworth Gardens, Morecombe
Design: Peter Barber Architects
Lancashire housing
picture from architect office
Lancashire housing in Morecombe

Fighter Jet Building, BAE Systems, Samlesbury
Design: Capita Symonds
Fighter Jet Building
photo : BAE
Fighter Jet Building

Preston Office Building Competition
Design: Moxon Architects
Preston Office Building
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Preston Office Building
Moxon’s design offers a visually distinctive architectural style that is intended to be an exemplar of its kind with a strong visual presence. The scheme as a whole, including the surface and multi deck car parking facilities, will make full use of the opportunity presented by this high-profile site to dramatically improve the character and quality of the area.

Clitheroe, England

Clitheroe is a town and civil parish in the Borough of Ribble Valley, approximately 34 miles (55 km) northwest of Manchester, in Lancashire, Northwest England, UK. It is near the Forest of Bowland, and is often used as a base for tourists visiting the area. It has a population of around 15,000.

The town’s most notable building is Clitheroe Castle, said to be one of the smallest Norman keeps in Britain. Several manufacturing companies have sites here, including Dugdale Nutrition, Hanson Cement, Johnson Matthey and Tarmac.

Lancaster Institute of Contemporary Arts

Clitheroe Square Jury Chair : Stephen Hodder

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Clitheroe Square Building