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2015 ProCon Awards finalists revealed

Sixteen new and refurbished buildings are in the running to be named winners in the 2015 ProCon Leicestershire Awards.

The developers, architects, contractors and consultants who worked on the projects in Leicestershire and Rutland will find out on November 12 if they have won a coveted award.

More than 650 people will gather at Leicester’s King Power Stadium for the ceremony – the tickets for which sold out the day they went on sale in May.

Four corporate sponsors are backing the Awards. They are Gateley Plc, Salus Approved Inspectors, Unique Window Systems and Westleigh Partnerships. The Leicester Mercury is the Awards’ media partner.

The categories and their finalists are:

The Small Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Infrastructure Investment:

  • Green Lane/Main Street, Ashley, submitted by brp architects
  • New Hunt Manager’s Cottage, Great Bowden, submitted by Corporate Architecture
  • Spring Bank, Medbourne, submitted by brp architects

The Large Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Infrastructure Investment:

  • Oak Court Extra Care Home, Blaby, submitted by brp architects
  • St James Gate – Phase 1, Anstey, submitted by Davidsons Homes
  • Stonesby House, Leicester, submitted by Architects LE1

The Small Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Danaher & Walsh:

  • Catering & Hospitality Building/Rural Food Centre, Brooksby Melton College, submitted by GF Tomlinson Building
  • The reinterment of King Richard III, Leicester Cathedral, submitted by MDA Consulting
  • Volunteer Training and Working Centre, Egleton, submitted by Corporate Architecture

The Large Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Danaher & Walsh:

  • The Hub and Arts Academy, Loughborough College, submitted by Willmott Dixon Construction
  • The Lakeside Campus, Brooksby Melton College, submitted by Maber Associates
  • The Barn, University of Nottingham, submitted by Willmott Dixon Construction

The Regeneration Scheme of the Year, sponsored by EME Installations:

  • CODE Upperton Road mixed use development, Leicester, submitted by rg+p and Code Students
  • Leicester City Hall, submitted by Willmott Dixon Construction, Leicester City Council and Faithful+Gould
  • Connecting Leicester – Old Town, submitted by Leicester City Council

The Sustainable Development of the Year, sponsored by Willmott Dixon Construction:

  • The Barn, University of Nottingham, submitted by Gleeds
  • Whitwell House, Whitwell, submitted by FCD Architecture

ProCon chair Pam Allardice, of law firm Howes Percival, said: “It’s the 13th year of the ProCon awards and our thanks go to all the people and businesses which have supported the awards across those years.

“We really do have a high quality crop of entries and finalists in 2015. They reflect the excellent impact on our built environment due to the vision and hard work of all the people who make these projects happen

“Our special thanks go to all the sponsors in 2015. We have a full complement this year, which is a great vote of confidence in the ProCon Awards. We hope everyone enjoys the ceremony and the celebrations.”

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