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Awards finalists unveiled

Housebuilder Awards 2014 celebrates industry achievements

 

Greenbelt is proud to reveal the Housebuilder Awards 2014 finalists. Supported by the industry and focusing on all aspects of the sector, these Awards have become the foremost prize for developers and suppliers looking to innovate in housebuilding.

As a major sponsor, Greenbelt is delighted to help celebrate the achievements – and the achievers – in the industry, and is looking forward to the awards ceremony, a glamorous black tie evening event on Thursday, November 6, at the Tower Hotel, London.  

Here is the full list of the Housebuilder 2014 finalists:

 

Best low or zero carbon initiative

Barratt Developments – Hanham Hall, Bristol

City Legacy – The Athletes’ Village

Miller Homes – The Golf Leaf collection at Dukesmead, Bingham

Taylor Wimpey – Cambourne

The Zero Carbon Solution – The zero carbon solution

 

Best customer satisfaction initiative

Hill – Customer journey

Stewart Milne Homes – The 5 star challenge

Taylor Wimpey – Sales academy

Telford Homes – Customer experience

 

Best regeneration project

Berkeley East Thames – Royal Arsenal Riverside

Berkeley North East London – Woodberry Down

City Legacy – The Athletes’ Village

Crest Nicholson Regeneration – Bath Riverside

Crest Nicholson Regeneration – Park Central

Inland Homes – Drayton Garden Village

Shanly Homes – Boulters Meadow, Maidenhead

 

Best community initiative

Anwyl Construction Company – Kingsmill Road and Rivulet Road, Wrexham

Miller Homes – Summer of sport

Morston Assets – Yours South Lynn

Morston Assets and Dundas Estates – Calderwood Village, Coatbridge

Taylor Wimpey – Community engagement approach

 

Best marketing initiative

Redrow Homes – Come home to Redrow

Taylor Wimpey – Walk to school month

Taylor Wimpey National – Pets make a home

Telford Homes – The East London property show

 

Best retirement scheme

Countryside – Cliveden Village

McCarthy & Stone Retirement Lifestyles – Lady Susan Court & Emma Court, Basingstoke

McCarthy & Stone Retirement Lifestyles –Cartwright Court, Great Malvern

Retirement Villages Group – Charters Village, East Grinstead

 

Best design for three storeys or fewer

Barratt Developments – Hanham Hall, Bristol

Barratt Developments – Clarence Park Crescent, Bentley Priory

Barratt Homes Eastern Counties – Trumpington Meadows

Davidsons Homes – Millbrook

Hill – The Avenue, Saffron Walden

Redcliffe Homes – Sherborne House Gardens

William Lacey Group – Rydens Way, Woking

 

Best design for four storeys or more

Crest Nicholson Regeneration – Central Plaza, Park Central

Hill – Ceres, Cambridge

Redrow London – Kingston Riverside

RMA Architects – Marconi, Chelmsford

St Edward – 375 Kensington High Street

Swan News Homes – Angel Way, Romford

 

Sustainable housebuilder of the year

Crest Nicholson

Linden Homes

Miller Homes

Taylor Wimpey

 

Subcontractor of the year

Plastic Surgeon

JLES Group

M-EC Consulting Development Engineers

Pantera Carpentry (SE)

 

The Product of the year category will be announced this Thursday, while the Housebuilder of the year categories will be announced on the night. You can find out more about the awards at http://www.house-builder.co.uk/awards/?awards_id=34

Gareth Davies, Greenbelt Business Development Director, is also available for interview and very happy to discuss Greenbelt’s pivotal role in the event.