Calling all artists: Design a hoarding and win £1,000

Showcase your creative talent on Fresh Lime Developments’ new luxury Chancellor Court Apartments in Finchley, N3 and win £1000.



Create a piece of art that you feel reflects the best of London living.  

Your design can be created in any medium, i.e. on canvas; paper; digitally etc. (apart from photography) and can be submitted by post or electronically.


The winning artwork will be reproduced to fit hoardings approximately 21m wide by 5m high and will be displayed for at least a year on the development’s Regents Park Road frontage opposite College Farm PLUS the winning designer will receive prize money of £1000.


This competition is open to all JC readers, from students to seasoned artists, creative hobbyists, young artists or digital designers.

To submit your entry electronically, email stating your name; date of birth; phone number (landline and/or mobile); email address and home address. We can accept jpeg, png or pdf file types. If the file is too large to email we recommend using a large file transfer service such as WeTransfer or MailBigFile.

To submit your entry by post, send to Alexia Baron at The Jewish Chronicle; 28 St Albans Lane, London NW11 7QE including all your details as for email submissions. You may also wish to email us with this information and tell us you are posting your artwork. 

Entries should be received no later than 28th June 2017. See Terms and Conditions below for full competition guidelines.

Good luck!


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Terms and Conditions

  • The competition is to create a design which will be reproduced on the hoardings of Fresh Lime Development’s Chancellor Court Apartments, 114 Regents Park Road, London N3 and is brought to you by The Jewish Chronicle and Fresh Lime Developments (“the Promoters”). It is open to all JC readers, no purchase necessary. One entry per person. 
  • Designs can be submitted in any medium – excluding photography – to The Jewish Chronicle by 28th June 2017 and must include the entrant’s name; date of birth; phone number (landline and/or mobile); email address and home address. Entries received after 28th June 2017 will not be accepted.
  • Representatives of The Jewish Chronicle and Fresh Lime Developments will choose the winning design. Judges’ decision is final.
  • By entering, all entrants licence the Promoters a worldwide royalty-free perpetual licence to edit, publish and use each entry in any and all media (including print and online) for publicity and news purposes. The winning design will be adapted to fit Fresh Lime Developments’ requirements to be reproduced on the development’s hoardings in London, N3.  The Promoters reserve the right to publish entries (including parts of entries) although publication does not necessarily mean the entrant has won a prize.
  • Fresh Lime Developments will reward the winning designer with the sum of £1000 (one thousand pounds) payable by BACS transfer to the winner’s account. The prize is non-transferable and there are no alternatives to the prize in whole or in part.
  • Entrants to the competition agree to allow the free use of their names, photographs and general locations for publicity and news purposes during this and future promotions by the Promoters.
  • If any entrant or prize winner is a child or young person (i.e. under the age of 18) the Promoters will require that the terms and conditions applicable to the Competition be signed by the entrant or prize winner's parent or legal guardian before the prize is awarded. Any such prize may at the Promoters’ discretion be awarded to the prize winner's parent or legal guardian.
  • The Promoters reserve the right to substitute a prize of equal value in the event that circumstances beyond their control make this unavoidable.
  • By entering this competition you agree to the terms and conditions of the competition as set out by the Promoters.

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