No scheme was considered exceptional so the 2014 Award was not presented but four schemes were highly commended and one was commended.
- 25C Montpelier Road (Villa Caroisla) is a new 4 bedroomed house for an architect and his family designed by Nick Baker Architects. It is cleverly aligned on a backland sloping site so as to maximise privacy despite fully glazed living rooms.
- 44 Mount Park Road (Magic Box) A total refurbishment by KSKa Architects of a large 2 storey house to provide additional living space and bedrooms. There is a striking light filled double height space at the rear with shutters and sliding doors – pictured top.
- Notting Hill and Ealing High School extension, 2 Cleveland Road, A large 6 storey extension at the rear of a nineteenth century school building, comprising classrooms, a multi purpose hall, dance facilities and a dramatic atrium. It was designed by Ellis Williams Architects.
- William Hobbayne Community Gardens, St Margaret’s Road, Hanwell, A former British Waterways site by the canal, this area has been transformed by a local allotments group and is owned by William Hobbayne Charity. They now grow vegetables, fruit and flowers, and keep bees on what was a former tip.
- Drayton Manor School Arts Centre, Drayton Manor High School, Drayton Bridge Road, A new 4 storey building, linked to adjoining buildings and completing the enclosure of a courtyard, to provide classrooms for the arts and sciences. The architects were Tuffin Ferraby Taylor.
The awards were presented by Angie Bray, MP for Ealing Central and Acton, at a ceremony in the Town Hall. The short-listed entries were judged by local architects Tom Jestico, Franklyn Nevard and Anthony Ferguson.