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BHA BuildQuality Awards

The Daily Telegraph British Homes Awards
2010 Winners Announced!!

THE AWARD CATEGORY WINNERS

1. SMALL HOUSE OF THE YEAR

A house of contemporary or vernacular design that provides accommodation up to 2000 sq ft.

2010 WinnerCavendish House
Mole Architects
Cambridge Building Company

2010 Winnerbig dwelle.ing
Dwelle.

2. LARGE HOUSE OF THE YEAR

A house of contemporary or vernacular design that provides accommodation over 2000 sq ft.

2010 WinnerThe Welch House
The Manser Practice

3. INTERIOR DESIGN OF THE YEAR

In partnership with BIID (British Institute of Interior Design)

A new or refurbished home judged on the effective use of internal space, and how finishes, colour and furnishings have been employed to successfully answer its specific design brief.

2010 WinnerThe Grand Terrace, Richmond Lock
Octagon Developments/Hill House Interiors

4. APARTMENT BUILDING OF THE YEAR

A single, one-off building comprising apartments and/or studios offering flexible living and lifestyle benefits

2010 WinnerSharrowpoint
Project Orange
Christian Sinclair

5. CONVERSION DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

A conversion, refurbishment or restoration of any residential, commercial or industrial building(s) ranging from single units to major developments to provide new homes

2010 WinnerMills Bakery, Plymouth
Urban Splash
Gillespie Yunnie Architects

6. INNOVATION AWARD FOR BUILDING TECHNOLOGY

In partnership with BRE Housing Futures

A residential development of any size that demonstrates the use of new building technologies and the sustainable use of resources. Submissions should demonstrate off-site construction technologies, energy saving initiatives and/or the use of environmentally-friendly materials

2010 WinnerVelux Carbonlight Home
HTA

7. AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

In partnership with Chartered Institute of Housing Exhibition

For the most imaginative, practical and sympathetic development by a registered social landlord, charity, trust or public body in partnership with a local authority and/or a developer for rent or shared ownership

2010 Winner63-65 Station Grove, Wembley
Network Housing Group
Proctor and Matthews Architects

8. MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

A scheme comprising houses and/or apartments with associated retail, office or leisure development on the same site, demonstrating a significant contribution to the local community

2010 WinnerBateman’s Row
Theis & Khan Architects

9. DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

A residential development of any size, including retirement, that demonstrates a contribution and impact on the local community and environment, plus, where appropriate, restoration of natural wildlife habitats

2010 WinnerArundel Square
United House/London Newcastle
Pollard Thomas Edwards

10. HOUSING PROJECT OF THE YEAR

In partnership with HardHat Communications

For the most impressive scheme of houses and/or apartments with planning consent but not more than six months into development. It is anticipated that this entry will rely solely on CGIs

2010 WinnerGun Wharf
Durkan Homes
Stock Woolstencroft

2010 WinnerHanham Hall
Barratt Developments
HTA


HOMEBUILDER OF THE YEAR

In partnership Knauf Insulation

Awarded to the home builder whose portfolio of entry submissions demonstrates a commitment to:
• sustainable regeneration
• the establishment of new communities
• strong architectural design and landscaping
• innovative construction methods and build quality
• environmental initiatives

2010 WinnerBarratt Developments

 


ARCHITECT OF THE YEAR

In partnership with Mitsubishi Electric

Awarded to the Architectural Practice submitting the most impressive portfolio of entries across all categories that demonstrate the same commitments as the above

2010 WinnerHTA Architects

 


Premier Guarantee the british homes buildquality awards

SPONSORED BY

Premier Guarantee

 

Sponsored by Premier Guarantee, one of the UK’s leading warranty provider for new homes, The British Homes BuildQuality Awards recognise and endorse build quality in construction and complement the established categories for design, promoting those completed schemes that best achieve the creative aspirations of the architect.

Homebuilders and developers have been invited to enter the BuildQuality Awards for sites with completed homes in 2009 with industry award recognition across the categories listed below. In effect this enhanced recognition will elevate the site to the industry’s "Champions League".

Entries have been coordinated through HardHat Communications. Email: bha@hardhat.co.uk

An independent panel of industry experts short listed the sites across the categories below. The Winners are:

MULTI-STOREY DEVELOPMENT

2010 WinnerBarratt Bristol
The Zone, Temple Quay, Bristol

SMALL CONVERSION

2010 WinnerGreywell Country Homes
Hardwick Farm Barns, Kineton, Warwickshire

LARGE CONVERSION

2010 WinnerSt Pancras Chambers
Manhattan Loft Corporation

SOCIAL HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

2010 WinnerOptima Housing Association
Hudson's Drive, Cottoridge, Birmingham, West Midlands

SMALL DEVELOPMENT (up to 50 units)

2010 WinnerSpringfield Properties
Dunkinty, Linkwood Road, Elgin, Moray

MEDIUM DEVELOPMENT (between 50 - 250 units)

2010 WinnerWilliam Davis
Cawston Fields, Nr Bilton, Rugby

LARGE DEVELOPMENT (over 250 units)

2010 WinnerPersimmon Homes East Wales
Wyncliffe, Gardens, Pentwyn, Cardiff

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