The awards season has been a great one for our Developments businesses, with a string of wins confirming our place as a UK leading placemaker!

Kicking off the success story is our flagship Placemaking and Regeneration development East Wick + Sweetwater at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, which has won a prestigious RESI Award: Social Impact Initiative – Residential, in recognition of its positive social impact on the local community.

And East Wick + Sweetwater enjoyed more acclaim recently, when it picked up the In-house 2022 Gold Award for customer satisfaction. The award was based on over 90% of our newly moved-in customers saying they would recommend us to friends and family.

We’re thrilled that our Park Hill development in Sheffield, South Yorkshire – delivered in partnership with Urban Splash – has won a spate of prestigious awards this year, starting with Partnering Scheme of the Year at the 2022 Northern Housing Awards, following a ceremony held in Manchester. 

Park Hill was also recognised at the Yorkshire RTPI Awards in Leeds, when it scooped one of the top awards – Excellence in Planning Delivery. The development, described by judge Alyn Nicholls as “an excellent example of balancing heritage requirements with regeneration needs” will now represent Yorkshire finalists at the national RTPI awards in London in November.

Further acclaim arrived for Park Hill with the Planning Awards, when this stylish mixed-tenure community beat off stiff competition to pick up two eminent awards – Best Mixed-Use Development and Best Use of Publicly-Owned Land and/or Property in Placemaking – along with a Highly Commended for Best Regeneration.

There was great news from the Scottish Home Awards too, when The Woodend house at our stunning Tornagrain development near Inverness beat some high-ranking contenders to claim the coveted House of the Year title. And our picturesque East Lothian development at Longniddry Village also scooped two highly-commended awards for Show Home of the Year for the Laurie and our over 60s phase for Affordable Development of the Year (social rent).

Finally, our Chapelton development received recognition at the Aberdeen Society of Architects’ (ASA’s) Annual Design Awards, with MGA Architecture’s inspired designs for our period-feature homes earning them the Urban Design award.

Well done to everyone involved – these wins are a real testament to our high-quality homes and thoughtfully-designed communities.

With shortlisted entries in another three upcoming awards events – we’re hopeful we’ll be celebrating again soon!



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