We were awarded Housing Project of the Year for our Roussillon Park development in Chichester. The unique development is part of the historic former Roussillion Barracks, consisting of 252 Georgian style homes from beautifully finished coach houses to striking three and four bedroom townhouses.
Harvesters Way in Edinburgh won Affordable Housing Development of the Year. Judges praised the development for being an outstanding community regeneration project and a very worthy winner.
Our multi-award winning Roman Fields development in East Dunbartonshire was highly commended in the Best Regeneration Project (outside London) at the Inside Housing Development Awards.
Roussillion Park in Chichester was given a silver award for Best Development at the prestigious Whathouse? Awards.
Our Harvesters Way development in Wester Hailes scooped a commendation in the Affordable Housing Development of the Year category. Judges recognised the project supports regeneration of the wider Wester Hailes area to provide much needed affordable housing in a highly pressurised Edinburgh market.
Our Twechar development in East Dunbartonshire scooped the top prize in the Award for Regeneration at the Planning Awards in London.
We were also highly commended alongside Urban Splash in the Award for Partnership Working.
Our Smith's Dock development in partnership with Urban Splash has been crowned Housing Project of Year in the Offsite Awards. The first phase of homes at the former shipyard are factory-built, modular homes.
Our Developments team in Scotland picked up an award at the CIH Scotland Excellence Awards. Along with Lovell, the team were awarded the 'Excellence in Development for Affordable Housing' award for the transformation of a derelict site in Wester Hailes. The £19m Harvesters Way housing development has brought 183 much needed affordable homes to the City of Edinburgh.
Group company Millwood Designer Homes won Best Large Development of the Year for Lavender Fields, an outstanding period style hamlet of luxury new homes and Best Family Home (up to £750,000) for it's Windsor Meadow development.
Our Urban Eden development in Edinburgh was crowned the winner of the Large Housing Development of the Year in partnership with EMA Architecture and Design.
Urban Eden scooped picked up a commendation in the Private Development category. The development in Edinburgh is designed for a particular style of urban living. It’s about being part of the city and also being separate from it, focusing on community and being good neighbours.
Our Young Parents Pathway team from Living+ scooped the award for 'Most effective project in improving the lives of women or communities' at the 2017 Women in Housing Awards. The South Tyneside scheme strives to help parents aged 16 to 25 be the best they can for their children.
Derwent Living won the excellence in tenant engagement award for successfully delivering an effective in-house mediation service for its customers. Derwent Living's mediation team is made up of seven staff and eight resident mediators, who volunteer their own time to help create positive outcomes for neighbours who find themselves at odds with one another.
Cotman Housing Association's Support Services team won the TEAM - Together Everyone Achieved More Award.
The award recognises the team's success in working together to evaluate the care and support they provide to continually strive to deliver excellence and go the extra mile.
Wyre Forest Leisure Centre, operated by Places for People leisure, was highly commended for Best Public Service Building. The largest business to business awards in the building control sector, the LABC regional building excellence awards recognise quality in all types of building projects.
Places for People Leisure scooped a top award at the 2016 ukactive Flame Awards. Fakenham Sports and Fitness Centre won the award for Leisure Centre of the Year (streamline).
Places for People Leisure was highly commended in the Best Public Service Building category. The Built in Quality Awards celebrate the good, great and outstanding in the West Midlands built environment.
Places for People Leisure was the winner in the Health and Wellbeing Training Programme category at the 2016 ukactive Training Awards. The awards recognise exceptional performance and commitment in the Physical Activity sector particularly in relation to vocational education, training and development.
Group company Touchstone were named Employer of the Year. Judges were impressed by the Brilliant Place to Work (BP2W) project - a wide ranging initiative which asked what colleagues wanted from Touchstone as their employer, focusing on Rewards and Benefits, Training, Communication and Environment.
The Places for People Treasury team won the award for Treasury Team of the Year (large housing association) at the Housing Association National Accountancy (HANA) awards.
We're the proud winner of the 2015 Spark the Change Award.
The award recognises our commitment to employee engagement and our extensive learning and development programmes.
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