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Judging panel announced for Guernsey Design Awards

Judging panel announced for Guernsey Design Awards

Friday 26 November 2021

Judging panel announced for Guernsey Design Awards


Five judges have been announced for the 2022 Guernsey Design Awards which recognises outstanding design in the island.

The panel is comprised of: Steve Powell, member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (ACIAT); Mitchell Sneddon, member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA); States’ Planning Officer Simone Whyte; Debbie Joyce (RIBA) and Heather Bromley (CIAT).

Between them the team have a wealth of experience in architecture, construction, and planning. 

“With RIBA and CIAT, planning and construction all being represented, it gives us a great balance of views,” said Mr Powell.

The awards were developed by the States of Guernsey, Norman Piette and the Guernsey Society of Architects.

A presentation evening is being held on 25 March 2022 and the deadline for entries is 26 November this year.

You can submit an entry ONLINE.

Pictured top: (Left to right) Ms Bromley, Mr Sneddon, Mr Powell, Mr Whyte, and Ms Joyce.

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