How are nominations made? Anyone can nominate a project – it is not necessary to be an expert in building design. All that is required is to identify and provide details of any building project which helps to conserve the character of Rutland. Nominations, preferably in writing, should be sent to the Rutland County Council Planning Department at Catmose, Oakham, Rutland LE15 6HP, giving the following information: Your name Your telephone number and/or email address Name of Developer or Owner (if known) Development Address Description of Development Nominations can also be accepted by email. Send the details to: enquiries@rutland.gov.uk or use the online nomination form There is also a nomination form on the Rutland County Council website What is the judging process? Nominations are judged by a panel drawn from Rutland History Society, and officers and councilors of Rutland County Council. All nominated projects are visited by the panel during September and October before the winning entry is chosen. When is the award presented? The award is usually presented at a special ceremony held in Oakham Castle during December. For any queries regarding the awards or for further information please contact Customer Services at Rutland County Council on 01572 722577
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