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WhatHouse? Awards 2021: The Winners Announced

Posted 20 November 2021 by Keith Osborne

Britain's best new homes and housebuilders have been announced at the industry-leading WhatHouse? Awards 2021...

The very best new homes and housebuilders in Britain have been honoured today at the WhatHouse? Awards 2021, which took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane.

In a ceremony hosted by Clare Balding and Sir Chris Hoy, Hayfield was crowned Housebuilder of the Year, the most prestigious accolade in the new homes industry.

As well as winning the blue riband Housebuilder of the Year title, Hayfield won Gold for Best Medium Housebuilder and Best Public Realm categories, and Bronze for Best Interior Design at its Hayfield Wood development in Wiltshire.

Andy Morris, managing director of Hayfield, said: “We are ecstatic and immensely proud to have been awarded Housebuilder of the Year at the 41st WhatHouse? Awards! This accolade is usually awarded to a housebuilder that has been established for a lot longer than our five years. This ‘best of the best’ award is fiercely contested, so we feel very honoured to have received such glowing praise from the panel of industry judges.”

Berkeley Group was named Best Large Housebuilder and Quinn Homes Best Small Housebuilder. The Housing Association of the Year title was won by The Hyde Group. Developer Greenland received Awards in five categories for its Ram Quarter scheme in Wandsworth, south London, while other multi-Award winners include Dandara, Hill, Barratt London, Berkeley Group and Elite NuGEN.

The judges said: “It has been an absolute delight to witness such well deserving housebuilders and individuals receive their accolades at the WhatHouse? Awards today. Each winner was selected for the outstanding variety, quality, boldness, and integrity of the homes they create. Their accomplishments are even more laudable given the events of the last 18 months and the brutality of the pandemic across all lives and all businesses. We are confident that the winners will use these awards as a symbol of prestige and excellence, the ultimate sales and marketing edge over their competitors and a reassurance to buyers that they are purchasing from Britain’s very best housebuilders.”

Here is the full list of winners:

 

Housebuilder Of The Year

Hayfield

 

Best Large Housebuilder – sponsored by BT

Gold: Berkeley Group

Silver: Redrow

Bronze: Barratt Developments

 

Best Medium Housebuilder – sponsored by Robinsons Manufacturing Ltd

Gold: Hayfield

Silver: Hill

Silver: Weston Homes

Bronze: Churchill Retirement Living

Bronze: Bewley Homes

 

Best Small Housebuilder – sponsored by Nicholls & Clarke

Gold: Quinn Homes

Silver: Elite NuGEN

Bronze: Gold Property Developments

Bronze: Owl Homes

 

Housing Association of the Year – sponsored by Show House

Gold: Hyde Group

Silver: Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing

Bronze: Abri

 

Best Build To Rent Project – sponsored by BT

Gold: Box Makers’ Yard, Bristol, Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) Real Assets

Silver: Aston Place, Birmingham, Dandara Living

Bronze: Newfoundland, Canary Wharf, London E14, Vertus

 

Best Starter Home Scheme – sponsored by Connells

Gold: Copley W7, Ealing, London W7, Broadway Living

Silver: Great Glen Gardens, Inverness, Robertson Homes

Bronze: Woodgate, Pease Pottage, West Sussex, Thakeham Homes

Bronze: Edinburgh Way, Harlow, Essex, Weston Homes

 

Best House – sponsored by Athena Worktops

Gold: Davenport Villas, Mosaics, Oxford, Hill

Silver: The Beddington, Heartenoak Meadows, Hawkhurst, Kent, Millwood Designer Homes

Bronze: Wood End, Tornagrain, Inverness, Places for People

 

Best Apartment Scheme – sponsored by Roca

Gold: The Playfair at Donaldson’s, Edinburgh, City & Country

Silver: London Square Bermondsey, London SE1, London Square

Silver: 1887 The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Dandara

Bronze: Ram Quarter, Wandsworth, London SW18, Greenland

Bronze: Eddington Park, Herne Bay, Kent, Quinn Homes

 

Best Luxury House – sponsored by Haddonstone

Gold: Hambleton Grange, Hambleton, Rutland, Grange Developments

Silver: La Rochelle, St Peter, Jersey, Dandara

Bronze: Further Meadow, Swallow Close, Kingsley, Cheshire, CB Homes

 

Best Renovation – sponsored by Roca

Gold: The 1840, St George’s Gardens, London SW17, City & Country

Silver: Ram Quarter, Wandsworth, London SW18, Greenland

Bronze: Hope House, Bath, Acorn Property Group and Galliard Homes

 

Best Development – sponsored by Premier Guarantee

Gold: Ram Quarter, Wandsworth, London SW18, Greenland

Silver: Merlin Rise, Calne, Wiltshire, Backhouse Housing

Bronze: LUMA, London N1, Argent

Bronze: The Quadrant, Bootham, York, Bootham Developments and Vincent & Brown

 

Best Partnership Scheme – sponsored by Omega Kitchens

Gold: Park View, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, Blenheim Estate Homes and West Oxfordshire District Council

Silver: East Wick + Sweetwater, QueenElizabeth Olympic Park, London E20, Balfour Beatty and Places for People

Bronze: Blackhorse View, Walthamstow, London E17, Barratt London and L&Q

 

Best Luxury Development – sponsored by Laufen

Gold: One Park Drive, Canary Wharf, London E14, Canary Wharf Group

Silver: South Quay Plaza, London E14, Berkeley Homes

Bronze: The Serpentine, Alderley Park, Cheshire, PH Homes

 

Best Mixed-Use Development – sponsored by heylo

Gold: The Fruit Market, Hull, Wykeland Beal

Silver: Ram Quarter, Wandsworth, London SW18, Greenland

Bronze: Royal Arsenal Riverside, Woolwich, London SE18, Berkeley

 

Best Retirement Development – sponsored by Hamro

Gold: The Landsby, Stanmore, London HA7, Elysian Residences

Silver: The Vincent, Bristol, Lifestory

Silver: Greenhaven, Poole, Dorset. McCarthy Stone

Bronze: Park Gardens, Banbury, Oxfordshire, Bromford

Bronze: Button House, Hackbridge, London SM6, Brio Retirement Living and Places for People

 

Best Sustainable Development – sponsored by AO

Gold: Priddy’s Hard, Gosport, Hampshire, Elite NuGEN

Silver: Knights Park, Eddington, Cambridge, Hill

Bronze: Kidbrooke Village, Greenwich, London SE3, Berkeley Homes

 

Best Regeneration Scheme – sponsored by Shawbrook Bank

Gold: Aberfeldy Village, London E14, EcoWorld London

Silver: Fruit Market, Queen Street, Hull, Wykeland Beal

Bronze: Ram Quarter, Wandsworth, London SW18, Greenland

 

Best Interior Design – sponsored by Sign Build

Gold: The Fenchurch, London Dock, Wapping, London E1, St George

Silver: Seaview Meadows, Saltdean, Sussex, Hyde New Homes

Bronze: The Hanwell, Hayfield Wood, Broad Blunsdon, Wiltshire, Hayfield

 

Best Exterior Design – sponsored by BPC Recruitment

Gold: One Park Drive, Canary Wharf, London E14, Canary Wharf Group

Silver: Newfoundland, Canary Wharf, London E14, Vertus

Bronze: The Quadrant, Bootham, York, Bootham Developments and Vincent & Brown

 

Best Public Realm – sponsored by WhatHouse?

Gold: Hayfield Green, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, Hayfield

Silver: Caddington Woods, Caddington, Bedfordshire, Redrow

Bronze: Hendon Waterside, Hendon Waterside, London NW9, Barratt London

 

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