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Awards history

LABC Building Excellence Awards 2016 - Regional Finalist

Best social or affordable new housing development
Nominated for Linwood Crescent, Eastwood, Nottingham: A pioneering development of “dementia friendly” bungalows in a community setting, resembling standard homes whilst incorporating many design features aimed at making life easier for dementia sufferers.

Nominated for Craneworks Close, Loughborough: A development of 21 affordable flats and houses, forming Phase 2 of the Loughborough Eastern Gateway project, which completes the regeneration of once derelict land around Loughborough Station.

Best extension or alteration to an existing home
Nominated for Watcombe Circus, Nottingham: A sympathetic extension to provide an external wheelchair capacity lift shaft, providing much needed access to the upper floors of a Victorian built care home for vulnerable adults.

Best change of use of an existing building or conversion
Nominated for Pelham House, Nottingham: A change of use project, from a former college nursery and outbuildings to a 21st century training facility and social enterprise café, retaining many original architectural features.

 

LABC Building Excellence Awards 2014 - Finalist

Nominated for Ruby Court, Southwell, Nottinghamshire: A small rural development on the edge of a conservation area.

 

Sustainable Housing Awards 2014 - Finalist

Nominated for a 'Mini Green-deal' initiative: Our Energy team are helping NCHA tenants by using funding from the Feed in Tariff to make energy efficient alterations and repairs to existing housing.

 

LABC Building Excellence Awards 2012 - Best large housing development winner

Nominated for Bellamy Road, Mansfield: A series of four sites within an existing 1960s Radburn layout. The design aims to help infill the unwanted spaces and create streets with the existing housing.

 

Green Apple Award 2012

Nominated for Arboretum Derby: Refurbishment and conversion work of existing buildings into flats in a conservation area of Derby.

 

Sustainable Housing Awards 2011 – Finalist

Nominated for Home Energy Evaluator project: Our Energy team started a new service delivering advice to Housing Association tenants.

 

Green Apple Award 2008 - Regional Silver

Nominated for Heathfield House, Leicester: Conversion of an existing building into flats.

 

Green Apple Award 2006

Nominated for Hartington Street, Loughboough: Conversion of an existing industrial railway shed into a terrace of houses. £100,000.00 of photovoltaic panels were installed to help provide low energy bills to tenants.

 

Nottingham Civic Society – 1999 Commendation

Recognition for Trivett Square, The Lace Market, Nottingham: A regeneration project of 140 flats in the heart of The Lace Market conservation area in Nottingham. The design consists of new build flats and conversion of existing buildings into flats.

 

Newark Civic Award 1996 - for conservation and new building

Recognition for Newark Castle Station, Newark, Nottinghamshire: A regeneration project on the edge of Newark. Existing listed buildings were converted and extended to create a care home and housing. New houses were designed to sit within the existing network of buildings.

 

Harry Johnson Award 1996 - for best design within a village setting

Nomination for Lexington Court, Laxton, Nottinghamshire: A new build housing design utilising local vernacular.