Brentwood Interiors – The What House? Awards have celebrated the very best inside the new homes industry for 28 years. These Property Awards reward successes in new build Property ; awards also given for prime developments. The ceremony was hosted in the Grosvenor House Hotel, London on 20th November 2009.
For instance here is definitely an outline of winners given by a recent Property Awards ceremony.
Inside the Best Development category, the Gold Award was awarded to City and Country Group to the Galleries in Brentwood, Essex.
This outstanding conversion is really a Grade II Listed Victorian building, formerly a sanatorium building. It was eventually converted into 168 one, two and three-bedroom houses and apartments, began within ten acres of gardens. With interesting reintroductions of original courtyards and sympathetic development work staying true to the initial style and structure from the building, no two properties are identical, each having bespoke features.
The apartments and houses all possess a modern twist when it comes to interior design, and also a brilliant blend from the old and also the new. Fittings and finishes will also be in an excellent quality, with exemplary focus on detail throughout the event, both internally and externally.
The Best Development Silver Award visited Stone Homes Ltd for Peacock Gap in Morpeth, Northumberland for three luxury stone-built new build properties. Awards also visited St James Urban Living for their contemporary development of the formerly derelict site at Grosvenor Docks, Chelsea Embankment.
The Gold Best Luxury House Award was assigned to Millwood Designer Homes for Tyburn House in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. This stunning country house development offered superb focus on detail, including a copy from the oak staircase costing, 000, imperial measurement brickwork and oak panelling. The house also boasts an airtight wine cellar, service lift and dog shower. With five bedrooms and one-bedroom guest accommodation, a tennis court and 56 acres of personal grounds, this development blends modern living with historical architecture with ease.
The Silver Best Luxury House Award was assigned to Huntsmere Ltd for five-bedroomed Ravensood in Prestbury, Cheshire, and also the Bronze Luxury House Award was agreed to Octagon for Old Avenue in St. George’s Hill, Surrey.
The Gold Best Apartment Scheme Award visited Ask Life for Abito at Salford Quays in Manchester, a shocking development of 284 studio apartments and six two-bedroomed apartments. These affordable housing units are made with easy living on your mind, and enough space is given to produce a light and airy feel. The Property Awards also acknowledged clever space-saving fittings and detail for example integral lighting, TV points and hidden hinges, that give the units a way of space, in addition to a full-width balcony and glass wall which comes with each affordable studio unit. There‘s also a community area courtyard and clever building lighting to illuminate the event.
The Silver Best Apartment Scheme Award visited United House Developments and Londonewcastle for their Wenlock Building in Islington, London, and also the Bronze Award was awarded to St James Urban Living at Grosvenor Waterside in Chelsea in London.
The Gold Housing Award for Best Sustainable Development visited London & Quadrant Housing Trust for One Vale Street, Lambeth in London inside a former brownfield site.
Achieving Level 4 from the Code for Sustainable Homes, this development demonstrated excellent new-build property specifications. Efficient design and structure included extra wide cavities for insulation and triple-glazed windows. A low-carbon communal boiler system was found out to heat all the homes, to ensure that individual boilers were not required for every property. The Housing Awards also recognised the ecological environment which has also been integrated with open space and nesting boxes.