A competition which strives to find new uses for at risk buildings in Birmingham is back for its second year.
The Re-imagine event is run by Birmingham Civic Society (BCS) and last year welcomed a string of entries with ideas for buildings such as Central Library and Methodist Central Hall.
The buildings featured in the competition are considered significant in the history of Birmingham but crucially have an uncertain future such as being under-used or in imminent threat of demolition.
Unlike last year, the 2015 competition does not offer a pre-set list of buildings, rather the society is asking for entries to focus on the area around Colmore Row and Snow Hill station.
Suggested buildings to focus on include the NatWest Tower at 103 Colmore Row and a former nurses' home in Ludgate Hill.
BCS said it hoped to bring the buildings into the public consciousness and stimulate debate or even identify viable future uses which could save the buildings.
The competition is open to all and not limited to those in the architecture and property profession.
BCS said: "This area contains a number of significant historic buildings which may therefore require new uses over the coming years.
"We are interested in your creative ideas about how these buildings could be re-imagined into a new use."
The winning entry will receive a £100 prize and two runners-up £50 each and the deadline for submissions is July 3.
For more details on how to enter visit the Birmingham Civic Society website.