Awards 2010 - 2011

A number of our projects were, once again, singled out by our industry peers for recognition during the year. Set out below are the awards bestowed on Landcom projects during 2010/2011

Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) Awards for Excellence in Planning

The PIA Annual Awards for Excellence promote the benefits of planning to the community, recognise the outstanding achievements of planners and acknowledge the role of public and private organisations in creating environments of distinction.

PRECINX®
Winner – National President’s Award
For more information see: http://www.planning.org.au/whatson/national-awards-for-planning-excellence

PRECINX®
Winner – NSW President’s Award

PRECINX®
Winner – NSW Excellence in environmental planning or conservation
For more information see: http://www.planning.org.au/nswcontent/2010-2

Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW Awards for Excellence

The UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence highlight innovation, sustainability and industry leadership, and recognise excellence in urban development.

The Matron Dixon building at Prince Henry
(submitted by Stockland)
Winner – President’s Award

One Minto
Winner – Excellence in affordable development

Second Ponds Creek
(submitted by Arup Pty Ltd, Craig & Rhodes Pty Ltd, Western Earthmoving Pty Ltd)
Winner – Excellence in consultancy/contracting
For more information see: http://udia-nsw.com.au/html/39948.cfm

Urban Land Institute Global Awards for Excellence

These awards recognise projects that best provide cross-regional lessons in land use practices. A jury of international members selects up to five global winners each year, from superior projects in the Americas, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

Rouse Hill Town Centre
(submitted by the GPT Group)
Joint Winner
For more information see: http://www.uli.org/AwardsAndCompetitions/GlobalAwardsForExcellence.aspx

Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards

The Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards recognise projects that best meet community expectations and are a commercial success. Winning projects must deliver community benefits, care for the environment and adopt the highest standards of urban design and architectural distinction.

One Minto
Winner – Excellence in affordable housing
For more information see: http://www.urbantaskforce.com.au/award_current.php

International Association for Public Participation, Core Values Awards

These awards recognise projects at the forefront of public participation and are designed to encourage excellence, quality and innovation.

Airds/Bradbury Renewal Project
‘OutLOUD’ community consultations
(submitted by Straight Talk Pty Ltd and Housing NSW)
Winner – Public participation innovation
For more information see: http://www.iap2.org.au/awards/cid/24/parent/0/t/awards/l/layout

Randwick City Council Urban Design Awards

These awards encourage higher standards of urban design in categories that reflect the variety of development taking place across Randwick City.

The Matron Dixon building at Prince Henry
(submitted by Tanner Architects and Stockland)
Winner – Heritage/adaptive reuse category
For more information see: http://www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/Places_for_people/Building_and_development/Urban_design/Design_awards/2010_Urban_Design_Awards/index.asp