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Design and building projects recognised at St Albans Civic Society annual awards
Exciting design and building projects in St Albans were commended at an awards ceremony on Tuesday night.
Projects which contributed to the life and image of the city in 2012 were recognised at the St Albans Civic Society annual awards evening held at The Maltings.
The Discovery Centre at Oaklands College, the Swimming Pool and Gym Block at St Albans School and offices at Churchill House Upper Marlborough Road were awarded.
As well as the Performing Arts Centre and Art and Technology Block at St Albans School for Girls and Wood House, 3A Leaf Way, who received the society’s plaque as the winners for 2012.
The city’s mayor, Annie Brewster, presented the awards and said: "It was a tremendous pleasure to have been invited to present the Civic Society Awards this year that promote and celebrate the most exciting design and building projects that have been achieved in 2012.
The quality of the nominated finalists was incredible, a great year for St Albans. It is very important that we continue to encourage projects that will preserve and enhance our wonderful heritage and special character.
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