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10 NEWS AWARDS


Autism centre wins RICS ‘Project of the Year’


Over 90 of the UK’s “community beneficial” schemes went head-to-head for top national accolades at the RICS Awards Grand Final in October, with the UK’s first purpose-built centre for the diagnosis, support and research of autism taking the UK Project of the Year title. The annual awards ceremony “celebrates


the UK’s most inspirational built projects that are having a significant positive impact on the communities they serve.” The £18m Caudwell International


Children’s Centre (CICC), set in the grounds of Keele University in Newcastle- under-Lyme, won the Design through Innovation accolade, before gaining the overall UK Project of the Year title for demonstrating “outstanding best practice and proving to be of monumental benefit to its local area and wider economy.” The CICC is transforming the way


people with autism in the UK, and their families, can be helped while also helping to dramatically reduce the waiting time for a diagnosis. With a ‘butterfly’ shape roof, the CICC


offers inclusive design and sensory features – including curved corridors, colour changing lighting and acoustic control measures – to reduce anxiety for visitors with neurodivergent conditions. It is also attracting worldwide talent in the field of autism thanks to its pioneering research and diverse range of support services for people with the condition. Earlier this year the landmark building


won the ‘Design through Innovation’ category award as well as the ‘Project of the Year, West Midlands’ title at its regional RICS heat, which led to the project being automatically entered into the national RICS Awards Grand Final.


RICS Grand Final Judges commended


the project team for their collaborative and co-ordinated approach to deliver what they described as an inspirational building of distinction, on time and within budget, while exceeding UK accessibility and sustainability standards. Chair of the national RICS Judges,


David Brooks Wilson FRICS, chairman and CEO at Noble Wilson said, “The average waiting time to be assessed for autism is at least two years, but the CICC aims to help families get a diagnosis within just six weeks. This allows the CICC to provide vital early support services to children with autism and hope for thousands of families that may otherwise have had to wait years for a diagnosis and help in understanding their child’s behaviour.”


Boxpark’s Shoreham Beachbox plans get the green light RESTAURANTS & BARS


Development company Boxpark has received planning permission to create a landmark seafront dining destination and community cafe on Shoreham Beach. The Brighton-based firm received


approval to create the Shoreham Beachbox at a meeting of Adur District Council’s Planning Committee. It will see a run-down toilet block


transformed into a contemporary multi-purpose split level cafe-restaurant with a paved outdoor seating area and roof terrace with coastal and countryside views. Public toilets will be retained and


upgraded within the building while changing rooms, a centre for water sports and community space for up to 90 people will be made available to local groups. Speaking at the committee, developers


said the coastal setting had inspired the design of the building with the intention of delivering the “best beachfront cafe-restaurant in the UK.” Councillor Brian Boggis, Adur District


Council’s executive member for Regeneration, said, “There is no doubt that Beach Green is a special place and, providing this new exciting venue is managed correctly, the Shoreham Beachbox can bring immense benefits to our area.” When complete, it is expected that


about 25 jobs will be created while developers have made a commitment to use local contractors. Roger Wade, CEO and founder of


Boxpark, said, “Our intention from the start has always been to create the best seafront cafe-restaurant in the UK. With planning approval granted we have now


taken a large step forward to achieving that ambition. We now commit to working with the community to make sure we deliver on our promise. “I’m confident that our plans will


transform this site, turning a run-down block which is a hub for antisocial behaviour into a vibrant destination cafe-restaurant which will put Shoreham Beach on the map.”


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