Chester Civic Trust announce winners of 2020 ‘Good, Bad and Ugly’ awards

The Chester Civic Trust which celebrates its Diamond Jubilee this year, has given its verdict on the best examples of new development, renovation of existing buildings and community projects in its annual Good, Bad and Ugly awards for the City.  Now in its 14th year, the awards highlight Chester’s buildings, places, spaces and projects in an alternative ‘New Year Honours list’.Nick Clarke, chairman of the judging panel and Partner at law firm Aaron and Partners, said: “These annual awards are based on nominations from our members. They aim to recognise the best changes to the Chester scene in the past year. We hope they will encourage higher standards of design and maintenance in our public realm.”  Read More:

Winners of 2020 ‘Good, Bad and Ugly’ awards

A monograph produced by Cyril Morris (one of our Vice Presidents in advance of the ‘Four Towns’ conference held in Chichester last October.
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