LivCom 2011 Award Winners


Whole City Awards

Category A: Population up to 20,000

First: Nieuwpoort, Belgium (Gold)
Second=: Gottarendura, Spain (Bronze)
Second =: Jinhwa, Taiwan (Bronze)
Third :   Vornicini, Moldova (Bronze)

Category B: Population 20,001-75,000

First:     Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm, Germany (Gold)
Second: Mandurah, Australia (Silver)
Third: Jihlava, Czech Republic (Silver)

Category C: Population 75,001-150,000

First:     Tongyeong City, South Korea (Gold)
Second: San Carlos, Philippines (Gold)
Third: Namwon, South Korea (Silver)

Category D: Population 150,001-400,000

First:     Joondalup, Australia (Gold)
Second: Nansha, Guangzhou, China (Gold)
Third: Kuantan, Malaysia (Silver)

Category E: Population over 400,000

First:     Nanjing, China (Gold)
Second: Jeju City, South Korea (Silver)
Third: Gangdong-Gu, South Korea (Silver)
   
Special Whole City Award: San Carlos, Philippines

Criteria Awards

Enhancement of the Landscape:   Bilbao, Spain
Environmental Best Practice: Pfaffenhofen, Germany
Healthy Lifestyle: Chrudim, Czech Republic
Arts Culture and Heritage: Nanjing, China
Community Involvement: Greater Geraldton, Australia
Strategic Planning: Mandurah, Australia

Project Awards

Socio Economic:

 
Dubai, UAE:  Revitalization of Historic Dubai (Gold)
Serpentine Jarradale Shire, Australia Planning for the future (Gold)
Batangas City, Philippines E Code (Gold)
   

Built:

 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan:   The World Games Main Stadium (Gold)
Chrudim, Czech Republic: Reconstruction of St Joseph Church and Monastery Gardens (Gold)
Yilan, Taiwan: Lanyang Museum – Window of Yilan (Gold)
   

Natural:

 
Seogwipo City, Korea  Jeju Olle Project (Gold)
Niewpoort, Belgium King Leopold II Park Renovation (Gold)
Nansha District, Guangzhou, China Nansha Wetlands (Silver)
   

Special Project Award:

 
Iloilo City - Post LivCom, Advancing the Iloilo River Development Initiatives for Integrated Sustainable Management

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