The Hammersmith Society have announced their award winners for 2012, with the Treacle Factory picking up the top gong.
The society’s main award went to Guy Greenfield Architects for the Treacle Factory in Goodwin Road, Shepherds Bush, which was praised for successfully linking old and new parts of the building and its contribution to the local streetscape. The
conservation award went to St Peter’s Church in St Peter’s Square, Hammersmith, for the recently completed restoration of its windows – a project that has taken the building back to its original appearance of 1825.
The Nancye Goulden award for a smaller scheme went to the council’s improvements to Goldhawk Road.
Hammesmith & Fulham Council deputy leader Cllr Nick Botterill said: “A lot of thought and effort went into making the improvements on Goldhawk Road, and followed much consultation with local residents and community groups. We are incredibly pleased that the Hammersmith Society agrees there is a marked improvement to the road and we hope that similar schemes across the borough will also be as well received.”