Large Housing Development Award

Projects shortlisted in this category comprise new build private or public sector accommodation above 25 units, including flats and schemes that are part of much larger mixed-use developments.

Aldgate Place

 

is a cluster of tall and lower rise buildings on a very constrained inner city site. It is a high density regeneration project that is a joint venture between Barratt London and British Land. The scheme delivers 463 residential units in three towers of 21, 24 and 25 storeys. Conceived as a new urban neighbourhood, Aldgate Place also incorporates a 4 star hotel (a fourth building) office and commercial space as well as generous new public realm.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Wienerberger

Brick: Pagus Grey Black

Architect: Allies and Morrison

Brickwork Contractor: Eastlon Brickwork Ltd

 

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Garden Halls

 

Commissioned by University Partnership Programme is a redevelopment of the University of London’s Garden Halls, which form one side of Cartwright Gardens - one of Bloomsbury’s many Georgian garden squares. The wholesale redevelopment replaces the outdated 1930s and 1950s buildings and increases net accommodation with approximately 1,200 student rooms.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Wienerberger

Brick: Ashley Red, Oakington, Pagus Red

Architect: Maccreanor Lavington, tp bennett

Brickwork Contractor: Thorp Precast Ltd

 

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Dujardin Mews

 

is the first council-led social housing delivered by Enfield in 40 years. It forms the first phase of the wider regeneration of Ponders End and replacement homes for the neighbouring Alma Estate.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Michelmersh

Brick: Freshfield Lane

Architect: Karakusevic Carson Architects, Maccreanor Lavington

Brickwork Contractor: City Brickwork

 

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London City Island

 

is a new, residential led mixed-use community on the Leamouth peninsula. Phase one has been delivered and phase two is currently being developed. When complete, London City Island will comprise thirteen buildings in total, including 1706 residential units, new facilities for The London Film School and the new headquarters of English National Ballet.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Wienerberger

Brick: Avenue Red, Platinum White

Architect: Glenn Howells Architects

Brickwork Contractor: Hurks Group

 

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Powis Place Student Accomodation

 

The six-storey building accommodates nearly 200 students in a mixture of en-suite rooms in shared apartments and a selection of single studios. The sculptural massing of the design features a sheltered forecourt addressed by glazed common room and reception areas. Beneath the internal courtyard garden parking spaces for 70 bicycles and 20 cars are provided.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Wienerberger

Brick: Pagus Grey/Black, Granite Blue Dragface

Architect: Carson and Partners

Brickwork Contractor: Marshall Errock Ltd

 

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Queen's Wharf

 

located at the foot of the Grade-II listed Hammersmith Bridge, delivers 165 studio, one, two, and three-bedroom residences, redeveloped Riverside Studios and a new Thames pathway.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Wienerberger

Brick: Smeed Dean Islington Rustica

Architect: Assael, Fourpoint Architects

Brickwork Contractor: McDonald Brickwork

 

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Rathbone Market Phase 3

 

1-23 Maud Street is the third phase of the Rathbone Market development in London’s Canning Town, providing 216 new homes. The project is for English Cities Fund, a partnership committed to the delivery of high quality regeneration schemes, with lasting community benefits and environmental improvement.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Wienerberger

Brick: Pagus Grey Black

Architect: Project Orange

Brickwork Contractor: DB Ryder & Co Limited

 

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South Gardens

 

is the first phase of Elephant Park, Lendlease’s major regeneration project in Elephant and Castle that sits on the site of the former Heygate Estate. The demolition of the former estate was completed at the end of 2014, which allowed construction to commence on South Gardens in 2015 enabling the delivery of 360 new homes.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Michelmersh, Ibstock, Wienerberger

Brick: Freshfield Lane Lindfield, Lights, Darks and Firsts; White Engobe with Engles Baksteen Mystique; Terca Black Glazed

Architect: Maccreanor Lavington

Brickwork Contractor: Lee Marley

 

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Swirles Court

 

is one of the first schemes completed as part of the University of Cambridge's North West Cambridge Development (NWCD), now known as Eddington. This urban edge development will establish a new community of over 8500 people. Swirles Court delivers 325 post-graduate rooms and associated communal facilities for Girton College.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Wienerberger

Brick: Classic Blue Multi, Platinum White

Architect: R H Partnership Architects (RHP)

Brickwork Contractors: M & D Fitzpatrick Ltd, G & M Turley Ltd

 

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Timekeepers Square

 

Located within the Adelphi/Bexley Square conservation area in Salford, Timekeepers Square is a development of 36 two, three and four bed townhouses adjacent to the Grade II listed St Phillips church; and the Georgian square which it fronts.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Wienerberger

Brick: Forum Smoked Branco

Architect: Buttress

Brickwork Contractor: John Turner Construction

 

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