Best Major Regeneration of a Historic Building or Place

This award is sponsored by Selectaglaze. It recognises projects that have seen large scale investment, probably in excess of £5 million pounds, put into saving, rescuing or regenerating a building or place. 

The finalists of the 2018 award in this category are The Temperate House at The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, The Historic Dockyard Chatham in Kent, and The Cromford Mills Creative Cluster and World Heritage Site Gateway Project in Derbyshire.

Vote for your favourite project

While the winner for this category will be decided by a panel of expert judges, each project is now seeking the public’s support to win a further award. 

All the shortlisted projects are in the running for the Historic England Followers’ Favourite award chosen solely by you. Vote now and choose your favourite project from the 15 finalists.

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  • The Temperate House at Kew Gardens

    Finalist for the Best Major Regeneration of a Historic Building or Place, sponsored by Selectaglaze, at the Historic England Angel Awards 2018

  • The Historic Dockyard Chatham

    Finalist for the Best Major Regeneration of a Historic Building or Place, sponsored by Selectaglaze, at the Historic England Angel Awards 2018

  • The Cromford Mills Creative Cluster

    Finalist for the Best Major Regeneration of a Historic Building or Place, sponsored by Selectaglaze, at the Historic England Angel Awards 2018

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