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‘Lusk for Life’ New European Bauhaus Prize Nomination - Vote Now
The New European Bauhaus is a creative and interdisciplinary initiative that connects the European Green Deal to our living spaces and experiences, and the awards aim highlight projects that embody the aspiration for building a more sustainable and inclusive future. 'Lusk for Life: Lusk Vision 2030' has been selected as one of six finalists in the category 'Prioritising the places and people that need it the most'. 'Lusk for Life' is the only Irish finalist on the 2022 shortlist.
'Lusk for Life’ is a community-led Action Plan for the town of Lusk. It was commissioned by Lusk Community Council in 2020 (supported by Dublin Rural Leader) and undertaken by consultants AP+E in collaboration with Miriam Delaney and Tara Kennedy, the project was completed in August 2021. The plans main focus is on climate resilient strategies, including designs and proposals for more intensive use of public and green space, active travel networks, biodiversity and densification of the historic town centre. The project has been chosen as one of 52 overall finalists out of 1,100 submissions from across the EU and will be eligible for both the public choice prizes and those selected by the jury.
Voting closes on 16 May at 5.00pm and the winners of the NEB Prizes 2022 will be announced during the official ceremony in Brussels on 11 June 2022. The ceremony takes places within a broader New European Bauhaus Festival between 9-12 of June 2022.
Read the full 'Lusk for Life' report here.
Be the change! Make Europe more beautiful, more sustainable and more inclusive: vote for your favourite projects or ideas!
When voting, note that the project is located in Category 3: Prioritising the places and people that need it the most.