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The Awards > The BCS Award

The BCS Award
The prestigious BCS Award will be presented to the entry judged to be the best from the four awards above, and comprises a trophy to be returned each year, a certificate and a trophy to keep.

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The BCS Award 2013

This is presented to the entry judged to be the best from the four award winning entries presented this year from:

* The Stanfords Award won by Global Mapping

* The Avenza Award won by Steer Davies Gleave
* The Ordannce Survey Open Data Award won by Parallel and
* The John C. Bartholomew Award won by British Antarctic Survey

BCS President Peter Jones presented the award.

We have the pleasure in announcing that the BCS Award is presented to:

Presentation

Global Mapping
The World
the Stanfords Award winner

The Judges consider it to be an outstanding piece of cartography, and a worthy winner in the year of our 50th Anniversary!
Peter Jones presents Mary Spence MBE of Global Mapping with the BCS Award for their entry 'The World'


The BCS Award 2012

This is presented to the entry judged to be the best from the three award winning entries presented this year from:

* The Avenza Award won by Kent County Council,
* The Ordnance Survey MasterMap Award won by Europa Technologies and
* The Stanfords Award won by British Geological Survey

BCS President Peter Jolly presented the award.

We have the pleasure in announcing that the BCS Award is presented to:

Presentation

British Geological Survey
Anglesey (Ynys Mn): a landscape carved by ice
the Stanfords Award winner

Anglesey (Ynys Mn): A Landscape Carved by Ice stood out as this years winner for ts clever use of colour, symbology and data that surrounds and relates to the mapping, it as thought by all the judges to be an exceptional piece of work

Peter Jolly presents Calum Ritchie of British Geological Survey with the BCS Award for their entry 'Anglesey (Ynys Mn)'


The BCS Award 2011

This is presented to the entry judged to be the best from the three award winning entries presented this year from:

* The Avenza Award won by Ordnance Survey,
* The John C. Bartholomew Award won by Dr Kenneth Field and
* The Stanfords Award won by Global Mapping

BCS Vice President Ken Atherton presented the award.

We have the pleasure in announcing that the BCS Award is presented to:

Presentation

Global Mapping
The Environmental World
the Stanfords Award winner

Ken Atherton presents Mary Spence MBE of Global Mapping with the BCS Award for their entry 'The Environmental World'


The BCS Award 2010

This is presented to the entry judged to be the best from the three award winning entries presented this year from:

* the OS Mastermap Award won by The Highland Council,
* the Avenza Award won by The British Antarctic Survey,
* the John C. Bartholomew Award won by Dr Kenneth Field, Kingston University and Dr Linda Beale, Imperial College, London, and
* the Stanfords Award won by XYZ Digital Map Company

BCS President Bob Lilley presented the award.

We have the pleasure in announcing that the BCS Award is presented to:

Presentation

The Highland Council
Inverness City Main Developments 2010
the Stanfords Award winner

Bob Lilley presents The Highlands Council with the BCS Award for their entry 'Inverness City Main Developments 2010'


The BCS Award 2009

This is presented to the entry judged to be the best from the three award winning entries presented this year from:

* the OS Mastermap Award won by Applied Information Group,
* the John C. Bartholomew Award won by National Geographic, and
* the Stanfords Award won by Collins GEO

BCS President Bob Lilley presented the award.

We have the pleasure in announcing that the BCS Award is presented to:

Presentation

Collins GEO
Collins Social Studies Atlas for Nigeria and Collins Keystart UK Atlas
the Stanfords Award winner

Bob Lilley presents Graham Gill of Collins GEO with the BCS Award for their entry Collins Social Studies Atlas for Nigeria and Keystart UK Atlas.


The BCS Award 2008

This is presented to the entry judged to be the best from the two award winning entries presented this year from:

* the Avenza Award won by Peter Brett Associates LLP, and
* the Stanfords Award won by Helen C. Stirling

BCS President Mary Spence MBE presented the award.

We have the pleasure in announcing that the BCS Award is presented to:

Presentation

Peter Brett Associates
Thames Estuary Coastal Habitat Atlas
the Avenza Award winner

Mary Spence MBE presents Christopher Blair-Myers of Peter Brett Associates with the BCS Award for their entry Thames Estuary Coastal Habitat Atlas


The BCS Award 2007

This is presented to the entry judged to be the best from the three award winning entries presented this year from:

* the Avenza Award won by HarperCollins Publishers,
* the Stanfords Award won by Rosemary Duncan, and
* the OS MasterMap Award won by GIA Intelligent Mapping.

BCS President Mary Spence MBE presented the award.

We have the pleasure in announcing that the BCS Award is presented to:

Presentation

HarperCollins Publishers
Collins Virtual World
the Avenza Award winner

Mary Spence MBE presents Mark Steward of HarperCollins with the BCS Award for their entry Collins Virtual World

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The BCS Award 2006

This is presented to the entry judged to be the best from these four awards:

* The John Bartholomew Award for Small Scale Mapping
* The Ordnance Survey MasterMap Award for Better Mapping
* The 2006 award for Printed Mapping
* The 2006 award for Electronic Mapping

They have gone head to head with each other to compete for the prestigious honour of being crowned the Best Mapping entry in 2006 and presented with The BCS Award.

We have the pleasure in announcing that the BCS Award is presented to:

Presentation

Ocean Futures, ERA, UnParalled and NHO of Norway
Resource Maps of the European Arctic,
the Electronic Award winner

left: BCS President Seppe Cassettari (right) presents Colin Harris from ERA (centre) and Jan-Magne Markussen from Ocean Futures of Norway (left) with the BCS Award and certificate.

lower left: Newly appointed BCS President Mary Spence MBE with BCS Award winners Colin Harris (right) and Jan-Magne Markussen (left)

lower right: The winners with the BCS Awards Co-ordinators Kate Christensen (centre right) and Clare Neal (centre left)

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Photography by Martin Lubikowski
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