Small Housing Development Award

Projects shortlisted in this category comprise new-build houses and flats with not more than 25 units. Projects demonstrate sensitivity to client requirements and to local vernacular.

Barrett's Grove

 

Set on an archetypal Victorian street in Stoke Newington Conservation Area, between a semi-detached townhouse and a red brick primary school, the form of this six-storey building echoes the tall gables of the school and standalone presence of the townhouse. Accommodation comprises two three-bedroom maisonettes, three two-bedroom flats and a studio. 

 

Brick Manufacturer: Ibstock

Brick: Birtley Old English Buff

Architect: Amin Taha Architects

Brickwork Contractor: ECORE

 

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Hans Place

 

A residential development in Knightsbridge inspired by the Hans Place Conservation Area, provides ten luxury apartments with resident facilities including a cinema room, gym and wine store.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Michelmersh

Brick: Charnwood Light Victorian Reds

Architect: Squire & Partners

Brickwork Contractor: Bishops Developments

 

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Queen Elizabeth Street

 

In the heart of the historic Shad Thames area of London, provides a property developer’s new head-quarters and nine residential units.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Ibstock

Brick: Linear Smooth Black

Architect: Burwell Deakins Architects Ltd

Brickwork Contractor: Quality Brickwork Limited

 

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Salesian House

 

A new community house for the Salesians of Don Bosco in Battersea, London, forms part of a wider redevelopment that includes a new school and private housing.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Michelmersh

Brick: Selected Dark, Danehill Yellow and Lindfield Yellow Multi

Architect: MSMR Architects

Brickwork Contractor: Rooff Ltd

 

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Stoneglen

 

An exclusive development of four new detached houses, which look out over parkland in the charming Old Chesterton area of Cambridge.

 

Brick Manufacturer: York Handmade

Brick: Hunsingore Blend Maxima

Architect: Perpetua In Perpetuum Ltd

Brickwork Contractor: Conamar

 

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Sweet Briar Mews

 

Sweet briar Mews is a development of six new-build homes on a brownfield site in the centre of St Albans. Three-storey mews houses replace existing workshop buildings to the west of the site, with two-storey link detached houses to the south.

 

Brick Manufacturer: Bovingdon

Brick: Chiltern Blend

Architect: HÛT

Brickwork Contractor: P. Mayles Brickwork

 

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