We've Won Two Top Prizes at Prestigious Housebuilder Awards
We've won two top prizes at this year’s Housebuilder Awards, the most sought-after and prestigious annual ceremony in the industry.
We're thrilled to have won both the highly-competitive ‘Small Housebuilder of the Year’ and the ‘Best Design For Three Storeys or Fewer’ category for our new Park View development.
We were one of only a handful of property developers from across the UK to have been shortlisted twice for the finals by a panel of expert judges.
“To have been nominated not once, but twice in such hard fought categories, with such stiff competition from across the UK, was a huge achievement in itself,” said our MD Graham Flint.
“However to win both awards really is a huge cause for double celebration. It is a testament to the hard work, dedication and enthusiasm of everyone involved and I am incredibly proud of their efforts, in what has been a hugely challenging year for all of us.
“To have been recognised as among the very best by a panel of such experienced judges from the industry is particularly rewarding, and it will spur us on to continue building exceptional new homes that we can all be extremely proud of,” he added.
We're working with Blenheim Estate Homes and the award-winning ADAM Architecture, who specialise in classical and traditional designs, which sit harmoniously with their surroundings, at Park View.
"It is really wonderful that Park View has been recognised in this way. Good design is one thing, but delivering that vision requires a strong and enduring partnership between the architect and housebuilder. Park View is testament to that solid relationship. We are really delighted to have formed such a positive bond with the excellent team at both Blenheim and Pye Homes." said Hugh Petter of ADAM Architecture.
The Housebuilder Awards are organised by Housebuilder Media, the leading information provider for the housebuilding industry, with a portfolio that includes the industry’s leading magazine and business conference.
All shortlisted finalists have to display excellence in overall design, including aesthetics, suitability for purpose and sustainability issues in new homes.