Green business centre wins top architectural award
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A green business hub has been praised for its architectural merit and community importance after winning a top national award.
The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich was opened in 2015.
It provides office space for small and medium-sized enterprises which work alongside UEA students and academics.
The environmentally-friendly building, managed by Adapt Low Carbon Group, won a Civic Voice Design Award in the Housing and New Build Category.
These awards recognise buildings, places and spaces loved by local people and the Enterprise Centre was nominated by the Norwich Society.
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Prof John French, Adapt Group chief executive officer, said: 'The organisation has such a keen focus on the importance of a building to the local community and we are delighted to be recognised.'
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