Entry Criteria

Entry Criteria

  • The winning scheme will have the opportunity to be developed into a fully functional scheme rolled out across Croydon
  • Each entry will be seen and assessed by Croydon Council and the AJ
  • The winning scheme and shortlisted proposals will appear online and in the AJ magazine in July
  • The shortlisted teams will be paid an honorarium of £2,000
  • Free to enter

Who can enter?

The two stage competition is international and open to anyone. However as part of the further development of the concept at stage 2, the shortlisted teams will be expected to set out how they would deliver their schemes.

The shortlisted teams will be asked to further develop their concepts and present their developed schemes to a jury panel on Wednesday 26 July.

The entry form will ask you to name who is involved in the entry. 

Want to enter but need a technology expert or architect to join your team?
Email
Richard.waite@emap.com with your requirements and the subject line ‘Croydon iStreet matchmaking’ and we will try to help

What do we want to see from the entries?

Teams may wish to consider collaborating with a range of disciplines including: architects, graphic designers, lighting experts, wayfinding experts, technology and software companies, urban planners, product manufacturers, street furniture designers, acousticians, accessibility experts and artists.

Teams should submit no more than 700 words and ONE image (A3) to explain the proposal. The information submitted will include details of the team.  

Croydon Council seeks something unique for its town centre. Entrants must be careful about the use of existing/available products/apps/design solution.

Copyright of the competition design proposals will remain with the entrant until such time as a contract for services is signed with Croydon Council. 

Entry Form

Teams should submit no more than 700 words and ONE image (A3) to explain the proposal. The information submitted will include details of the team.

The route for the project has been chosen by Croydon Council and the details of this can be downloaded on the link below. Please ensure you take a look at this in details in order to work on your idea. 

Entry resource

Deadline for entries

The deadline for entries is Friday 26 May.

Entry fee

It is free to enter

Shortlisting

Shortlisting will take place in June and the finalists will be informed if they are successful and through to the judging day by middle of June. 

Judging day

All finalists will present their presentations during live judging to the panel on Wednesday 26 July.

 

Partners

 

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