Places that have been finalists in the Urbanism Awards between 2013-2022 and therefore not eligible for nomination again in the 2023 scheme.

The European City of the Year

Aarhus
Antwerp
Bilbao
Bologna
Copenhagen
Eindhoven
Hamburg
Istanbul
Leipzig
Ljubljana
Lyon
Malmö
Marseille
Montpellier
Nantes
Porto
Rotterdam
San Sebastián
Sheffield
Stockholm
Utrecht
Turin
Vienna
Zurich

The Great Town Award

Aberystwyth
Barnsley
Beverley
Blackpool
Brighton & Hove
Bury
Buxton
Chelmsford
Clonakilty
Corby
Cork
Coventry
Dundee
Falmouth
Frome
Galway
Halifax
Hastings & St Leonards
Margate
Milton Keynes
Paisley
Penzance
Shrewsbury
Todmorden

The Great Neighbourhood Award

Ancoats, Manchester
Ashley Vale, Bristol
Bournville, Birmingham
Brixton, London
Broughty Ferry, Dundee
Byker, Newcastle
Creative Quarter, Folkestone
Devonport, Plymouth
Devonshire Quarter, Sheffield
Golden Lane Estate, London
Grand Canal Quarter, Dublin
Hackney Wick, London
Holbeck Urban Village, Leeds
Hulme, Manchester
Kelham Island, Sheffield
Levenshulme, Manchester
Newhall, Harlow
Old Town, Hastings
Ouseburn, Newcastle
Portobello, Edinburgh
Saltaire, Bradford
Smithfield, Dublin
South Bank, Leeds
West End, Glasgow

The Great Street Award

Argyle Street, Glasgow
Belgrave Road, Leicester
Bridge Street/ North Street, Taunton
Cairns Street, Liverpool
Chapel Street, Penzance
Deptford High Street, London
Elwick Road/West Street, Ashford
Exhibition Road, London
High Street, Berkhamsted
High Street, North Berwick
Hope Street, Liverpool
Humber Street Fruitmarket, Hull
Kensington High Street, London
Kirkgate, Leeds
Lamb’s Conduit Street, London
Lark Lane, Liverpool
Newry Street, Banbridge
North Street, Bristol
Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork
Park Lane / Poynton High Street, Poynton
Portobello Road, London
Rye Lane, London
Skipton High Street, Skipton
Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham
South William Street, Dublin
St Marks Road, Bristol
Wood Street, Walthamstow

The Great Place Award

Bishops Square, London
Brunswick, London
Cathedral Square, Peterborough
Christmas Steps Arts Quarter, Bristol
City Park, Bradford
Connswater, Belfast
Crosby Beach, Sefton
Custard Factory, Birmingham
Gaol Ferry Steps, Bristol
Granary Square, London
Greenwich Market, London
Irvine Harbour, Irvine
Kilmainham Civic Space, Dublin
Kings Place, London
Leicester Market, Leicester
Maritime Quarter, Swansea
North Laines, Brighton
Old Market Square, Nottingham
Oxford Castle, Oxford
Peace Bridge / Ebrington, Derry~Londonderry
Roald Dahl Plass, Cardiff
Scale Lane Bridge, Hull
Seaburn, Sunderland
St Nicholas Market, Bristol
St Pancras Station, London
The Wharf, Sowerby Bridge
Viking Triangle, Waterford

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