At ZeroC, our approach is design-led. We care about the quality of architecture, generous well-designed interior spaces, the visual interest and impact of our developments, and the quality of their infrastructure and public spaces.

We work across the UK and are expert in creating new communities for significant public and private sector landowners, including the Homes and Communities Agency, the Duchy of Cornwall, and some of Britain’s largest and most innovative individual landowners.

We are noted for listening, understanding, and tuning in to what’s needed — and then creating it attractively and sustainably. Our developments share a strong sense of place and quality beyond the ordinary, which has helped us win many major building awards.

What House? Awards 2020

Tornagrain, our modern country development in Inverness took home a Silver award for Best Exterior and Bronze award for Best House. 

Homes for Scotland Awards 2019

We were winners of the 2019 Homes for Scotland Private Development of the Year Award for Tornagrain, our new sustainable town in the Highlands

What House? Awards 2019

Golden Mede, Waddeson's striking 3-bedroom home, The Hornbeam took the gold award for Best House 2019, being chosen for it's innovative approach to sustainability and magnificent contemporary design.

British Construction Industry Awards 2018

We were awarded Housing Project of the Year for our Roussillon Park development in Chichester. The unique development is part of the historic former Roussillion Barracks, consisting of 252 Georgian style homes from beautifully finished coach houses to striking three and four bedroom townhouses.

What House? Awards 2018

Roborough Eco Homes in Plymouth won the highly coveted gold award for Best Sustainable Development, with judges praising its 'triumph in delivering truly eco-build housing which successfully combines stylish design with carbon conscious living.'

What House? Awards 2017

Roussillion Park in Chichester was given a silver award for Best Development at the prestigious awards.