Voting in the People's Choice Award (Buckinghamshire Design Awards 2022/23)
The Buckinghamshire Design Awards celebrates outstanding design in Buckinghamshire.
The People's Choice Award invited members of the public to vote for their favourite new buildings and open spaces in the county.
Voting is now closed and the winners have been announced. View the nominations below.
The Design Awards 2022/23
There were 34 recently-completed development projects nominated for the Buckinghamshire Design Awards 2022/23.
Judging took place on 1 August 2023.
Winners will be published following the awards ceremony on 2 October 2023.
The award categories for the Design Awards 2022/2023 included:
- public spaces
- historic places
- unique buildings
- new communities
- travel and transport
- climate change and nature
View more about the Design Awards 2022/23.
Voting for the People's Choice Award 2023
Voting closed on Sunday 24 September.
View the shortlisted designs and a summary of their features on this page or view our in-depth descriptions and more photos (PDF, 7.98 MB).
When we are announcing the winner
The winner will be published following the awards ceremony on 2 October 2023.
The People's Choice Award is sponsored by the Berkeley Group.
View the winners
View previous winners
The judging panel
The judges are:
- Councillor Peter Strachan, Cabinet Member for Planning & Regeneration, Buckinghamshire Council
- Councillor Alan Turner, Strategic Sites Committee Chair, Buckinghamshire Council
- Councillor Thomas Hogg, Buckinghamshire Council
- Steve Bambrick, Service Director for Planning & Environment, Buckinghamshire Council
- Dr Olivia Espinosa Trujillo, Course Leader Architectural Design & Technology, Buckinghamshire New University
- Martin Andrew, Witchert Heritage Consultancy
- Bill Morris, Co-chair of Buckinghamshire Culture
- Jennifer Dyne, David Kohn Architects
- Ryan Murphy, Bradley Murphy Design
About the Buckinghamshire Design Awards
The Buckinghamshire Design Awards highlight new places and spaces across Buckinghamshire that make significant contributions to the design quality of the built and natural environment. The awards also help encourage landowners and developers to deliver better places to live and work – and for nature to thrive.
Find out more about the previous awards and winners.