The Friends of Lewes has again made awards to recognise and celebrate quality design and craftsmanship in building projects in the town – new-build, conversions and renovations. These awards, usually made every third year, show that good design makes a positive contribution and can set standards for future works.
The presentation evening was held in Waterstones, which was one of the winners for its sympathetic interior conversion of Dial House in the pedestrian precinct. Awards were also made to 142 South Street, to the new wall at 55 Grange Road, and to the extension to Lewes Mansions, in Castle Ditch Lane.
Commendations were given for the restoration of the street façade of 21, Priory Street and the new housing development at Crosshaven Place, Malling.
Owners, architects and builders/craftsmen were presented with certificates by FoL’s President, Baroness Kay Andrews of Southover.