The Marrickville Medal for Conservation has been awarded annually since 1995. It celebrates built conservation works that contribute to the understanding and preservation of the Inner West Council's rich cultural and architectural heritage. Large or small, private or public; the judges will be looking for thoughtful and innovative outcomes.
- Built works must be within the Inner West Council LGA, with all building works completed within the 3 years preceding the date of applications opening.
- Built works eligible can be described as having positive conservation outcomes. Conservation could include any of the following approaches: preservation, restoration, reconstruction, adaptation or interpretation.
- Access to the property will be required on Saturday 4 April 2020 and the architect/designer responsible for the project should be available to brief the judges.
- Images of the property nominated must be between 4MB and 15MB
- Images must be received in this application within the dates specified for entry.
- Entries close Sunday 8 March 2020 at 11.59pm.
Inner West Built Environment Awards 2020 Event
The winner will be announced at the event in May 2020. The finalists' work will be exhibited at the event, and an online exhibition of all finalists will be held on the Council website for the following 12 months.
A judging panel of three people will comprise of:
• an owner/designer of the winning property from a previous year
• a member of a local heritage society within the LGA on a rotational basis
• a conservation architect
Inner West Council reserves the right to:
1. Withhold any entry whose content is considered inappropriate.
2. Retain, reproduce and publish entries, including images for future permanent exhibition, archival and promotional purposes by Council, ensuring credit is displayed.
Applications open at 9.00am on Friday 12 December 2019.
Please complete submissions by 11.59pm on Sunday 8 March 2020.