The nominations for the 2024 Prize are now open! The Prize is awarded to cities only. Please complete Stage A before proceeding to Stage B.
Interested cities – please read the following
Cities interested to participate shall approach an independent third party (nominator) in any of the following categories to nominate them:
|1||Leading academics (e.g. professors in universities) or academic institutions|
|2||Government officials (outside of the city administration)|
|3||International organisations in the fields of urban planning, housing, transport management, urban design and architecture, energy conservation, urban policy and management, and so on|
|4||Organisations in the public or private sectors|
|5||Non-government organisations (NGOs)|
|6||Leading industry experts in related fields|
Self-nominations are strictly not accepted.1
Nominators – please read the following
Please ensure that the city or cities that you are intending to nominate agree(s) to participate in the Prize. Please write and attach a short recommendation letter (around 600 words) together with the nomination form to support why the city that you are nominating should win the Prize, covering aspects such as:
- Outstanding leadership and governance
- Successful urban transformation
- Innovative urban solutions
- Lessons for other cities
There is no entry fee required.
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Self-nominations refer to nominations that are made by the city administration/officials for their own city. ↩