Entries now invited for the 2022 Built Environment Awards
Wednesday 6 April 2022
Submissions are now open for the 2022 Built Environment Awards, comprising the Marrickville Medal for Conservation and the Inner West Urban Photography Competition.
The Marrickville Medal for Conservation has been awarded annually since 1995 and was one of the first of its kind in New South Wales.
It celebrates built conservation works that contribute to the understanding and preservation of the Inner West’s rich cultural and architectural heritage.
The award is open to all building works, completed in the past three years, having positive conservation outcomes, including:
Works can be large or small, private or public, but the judges will be looking for thoughtful and innovative outcomes.
The Inner West Urban Photography Competition is open to people of all ages and abilities and encourages people to engage with the Inner West Council urban landscape.
Inner West Urban Photography Competition images must in some way feature, reference or comment on heritage attributes of our built environment within the Inner West Council local government area.
Last year, extensive conservation works to iconic Victorian gothic mansion The Abbey in Annandale has won the 2021 Marrickville Medal.
The winner of the open category of the Urban Photography Awards was Andrew Miers for Two lovely ladies.
The Awards will be announced in September. For more information and to enter the Awards, go to innerwest.nsw.gov.au/BuiltEnvironmentAwards
Entries close Thursday 30 June.
For a list of 2021 winners and print quality images, contact the Communication team.
For media enquiries, contact Elizabeth Heath, Media and Communications Coordinator, 9392 5334 or Elizabeth.Heath@innerwest.nsw.gov.au