The shortlisted entries are:
ALBY, The Reading Rooms, Church Road - Restoration and conversion of redundant reading rooms into wedding venue
CLEY: The Old Manor House, High Street - Repair and restoration of Grade II Listed C17th manor house
CORPUSTY AND SAXTHORPE, The Kilns, Holt Road - Erection of replacement two-storey dwelling
HICKLING, Hickling Hall, Town Street - Reconstruction and restoration of C17th hall following extensive fire damage
RIDLINGTON, Church Barn, Happisburgh Road - Restoration, conversion and extension of Grade II Listed C17th thatched barn
THURSFORD, Thursford Castle, Thursford Road - Repair and extension of derelict C19th workhouse chapel
WEYBOURNE, Wishanger Lodges, Sandy Hill Lane - Erection of six holiday lodges
Originally inaugurated in 1982 as a memorial to the late Graham Allen, the first Chairman of NNDC, the awards scheme has recognised a diverse selection of north Norfolk’s finest architecture.
Winners have ranged from the extension to Binham Priory, to the refurbishment of the Gunton Arms, Thorpe Market.
Last year’s overall winner was Pensthorpe Natural Park, Hootz House. The new play barn incorporated a 300m2 indoor adventure centre and was commended by the judging panel for its innovative approach to design and sustainability.
The shortlisted projects will now undergo site visits from the judging panel made up of NNDC’s Development Committee and Edward Allen, son of Graham. The award winner, highly commended and commended will then be decided.
A public vote will then be held over the Greenbuild Weekend September 9-10, 2017 to determine the People’s Choice Award.
All awards will be announced at the Graham Allen Awards ceremony on 21 September at the District Council Headquarters in Cromer.