Housebuilder Awards 2018

Housebuilder Awards 2018 Winners

Best sustainable scheme or initiative

  • Lendlease – South Gardens, Elephant Park, London (Winner)
  • The Homes Supply Chain Sustainability School
  • Zero C part of Places for People – Roborough Eco Homes, Plymouth

Best customer satisfaction initiative

  • Spitfire Bespoke Homes – The Spitfire Charter (Winner)
  • St Modwen Homes – Trentham Manor, Stoke-on-Trent
  • Symonds & Newey - The Symonds & Newey Way

Best regeneration initiative

  • Countryside and L&Q – Acton Gardens, London (Winner)
  • Churchill Retirement Living – Mount’s Bay Lodge, Penzance
  • Crest Nicholson – Paintworks, Bristol
  • Keepmoat Homes – Frickley Colliery, South Elmsall
  • Lovell Homes, Royal Borough of Greenwich and PA Housing – Trinity Walk, Woolwich (Commended)
  • St Modwen Homes – Cofton Grange, Longbridge
  • Telford Homes - Vibe, Dalston

Best refurbishment project

  • Berkeley – Wellington Row, Wimbledon Hill Park, London (Winner)
  • Change Real Estate – Redcliffe Parade, Bristol (Winner)
  • Avant Homes – Chevin Park, West Yorkshire (Commended)
  • HAPA Architects – Lace House, Brighton (Commended)
  • Hill and Hanover Housing Association – Woodside Square, Muswell Hill
  • Joseph Homes – Paxton House, London
  • Miller Homes – Henderson Campus, Varcity North, Edinburgh

Best community initiative

  • Bellway East Midlands – First World War soldiers’ commemorative project (Winner)
  • Crest Nicholson – Aborfield Green, Berkshire
  • Lightbox Group – Community engagement (Commended)
  • Mactaggart and Mickel Group – Community initiative
  • Miller Homes – Bonnington small business fund
  • St Modwen Homes – Trentham Manor, Stoke-on-Trent (Commended)
  • Telford Homes – Vibe, Dalston

Best marketing initiative

  • Jack Renwick Studio and Anderson Group – Carpenters Wharf (Winner)
  • Avant Homes – No Compromise featuring Gabby Logan
  • Freeman Homes – Lifestyle magazine (Commended)
  • McCarthy & Stone – What does Grandad do all day? campaign
  • Miller Homes – Online reservations

Best training or recruitment initiative

  • William Davis Homes – Apprenticeship scheme (Winner)
  • Avant Homes - Sales Academy
  • Bovis Homes – Training Centre at Reading
  • Crest Nicholson – Graduate Programme
  • Kier Living – Site Managers’ Academy
  • Lioncourt Homes – The Sky’s the Limit (Commended)
  • Mactaggart and Mickel Group – The Best of YOU
  • McCarthy & Stone – Future Leaders Programme

Best retirement scheme

  • McCarthy & Stone – Horizons, Poole (Winner)
  • Beechcroft Developments – The Farthings, Leatherhead
  • Churchill Retirement Living – Chantry Lodge, Andover
  • McCarthy & Stone – Freeman House, Canterbury
  • Retirement Villages Group – The Polo Field, Lime Tree Village, Dunchurch

Best design for three storeys or fewer

  • Hill and Hanover Housing Association – Woodside Square, Muswell Hill (Winner)
  • Countryside – The Rossellino, Aura, Great Kneighton
  • Crest Nicholson – The Gatehouse, Upper Longcross, Surrey
  • Curo – Phase One of Mulberry Park, Bath
  • L&Q and The Anderson Group – The Quarry, Erith
  • Millwood Designer Homes – Lavender Oast, East Sussex
  • Quantum – Woodland’s Park, Horsham
  • Spitfire Bespoke Homes – Balmoral at Bay Green, Clevedon Hall Estate (Commended)
  • Stewart Milne Homes – Countesswells, Regency Place, Aberdeen
  • Yogo Group – The Pentagon, Hadley Wood (Commended)

Best design for four storeys or more

  • Barratt London – Blackfriars Circus, London (Winner)
  • Anderson Group – Carpenters Wharf, London (Commended)
  • Crest Nicholson – Royal View, Bath Riverside
  • DeTrafford – Transition, Manchester
  • Joseph Homes – Paxton House, London (Commended)
  • RMA Architects – Greenland Place, London

Sustainable housebuilder of the Year

  • Lendlease (Winner)
  • Churchill Retirement Living
  • Telford Homes

Subcontractor/services provider of the Year

  • JLES Group (Winner)
  • ApprentiBuild (Commended)
  • Clarkson Evans
  • HRV Group
  • Murphy Utility Connections (Commended)

Product of the Year

  • Cavity Trays - Type PAT (Winner)
  • ARC Building Solutions - ARC Fire Stopping system
  • Brett Paving - GeoCeramica
  • Bristan - Wallmount 12
  • Integro Construction Software - BuildingWorks
  • Smartroof - 'Room in Roof' panel system
  • The Keystone Group - Hi-therm+ Lintels
  • Vaillant Group - ecoTEC exclusive with Green IQ
  • Verplas - Next generation self-seal coupling range

Small housebuilder of the year

  • Joseph Homes (Winner)
  • Change Real Estate
  • Lioncourt Homes

Medium housebuilder of the year

  • Spitfire Bespoke Homes (Winner)
  • Anderson Group
  • St Modwen Homes

Large housebuilder of the year

  • Hill (Winner)
  • Avant Homes
  • Barratt
  • McCarthy & Stone

HOUSEBUILDER AWARDS - Winners announced!!

The Housebuilder Awards - 1 NOVEMBER 2018

InterContinental London - The 02

Housebuilder Awards 2018 winners revealed 

Essex based Hill has been crowned Large housebuilder of the year at last night’s Housebuilder Awards in London. The firm was up against stiff competition from the other finalists Avant Homes, McCarthy & Stone and Barratt.

Hill, which has been growing fast in recent years, was praised as being “a good company consistently delivering high quality development” by the judges. The firm also won Best design for three storeys or fewer with Hanover Housing Association for its Woodside Square scheme in Muswell Hill.

Medium housebuilder of the year is Spitfire Bespoke Homes which fought off the Anderson Group and St Modwen Homes. Spitfire also won the Best customer satisfaction initiative award. Joseph Homes won Small housebuilder of the year with Change Real Estate and Lioncourt Homes the other finalists.

Almost 600 guests celebrated at the black tie event hosted by comedian Jimmy Carr in London. Lendlease scooped both Sustainable housebuilder of the year and Best sustainable scheme or initiative for South Gardens at Elephant Park in London.

Best regeneration initiative went to Countryside and L&Q for Acton Gardens in London while there were joint winners of Best refurbishment project – Berkeley for Wellington Row at Wimbledon Hill Park in London and Change Real Estate for Redcliffe Parade in Bristol. Bellway East Midlands won Best community initiative for its First World War soldiers’ commemorative project and the Jack Renwick Studio and the Anderson Group won Best marketing initiative.

William Davis Homes won Best training or recruitment initiative while McCarthy & Stone won Best retirement scheme for its Horizons scheme in Poole.

In a hard fought category, Barratt London won Best design for four storey or more for Blackfriars Circus in London and Subcontractor of the year went to JLES Cavity Trays won Product of the year for its Type PAT threshold protector.

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