Residential Project of the Year


Bluebird provides 50 bedspaces for individuals recovering from homelessness through a renovated terrace of properties fronting the street and a new build Passivhaus Certified gas-free mews-style housing development to the rear. What sets Bluebird apart in the homelessness sector is its delivery of truly high-quality and aspirational yet affordable accommodation.

Howgate Close: A Post-hydrocarbon future

Howgate Close in the Nottinghamshire village of Eakring, is a residential development of nine privately rented homes. Each home’s average daily energy cost during their first 18months of occupation is 45pence/day. Instrumental to this performance and achieving exceptional energy efficiency standards is EWI Pro’s forensic approach to the fabric design.

Lion Green Road

Lion Green Road, Croydon, a place-led residential development. Five sculpted pavilions sit within an accessible verdant landscape, containing 157 market sale and affordable rent homes. Spatially rich pavilions range from 5 to 7 storeys, shifting revealing views of the scheduled monument, and allowing space for existing mature trees to flourish.

Marylebone Square

Marylebone Square comprises 54 super-prime private and 25 affordable homes, with retail, restaurant, and community facilities, a five-storey central landscaped atrium, top down construction of a triple basement, and complex bespoke ceramic façade. A registered CCS UltraSite, it was delivered safely, on time, on budget, and to exceptionally high quality.

New Victoria, Manchester

The iconic New Victoria PRS scheme delivered 520 apartments in two high rise towers, with extensive amenities and communal spaces including cinema, games-room and gym. The scheme responded to the city’s need for high quality rental apartments creating a new community and catalysing regeneration of the Northern Gateway district.

St Andrews House

Despite affordable-housing crisis, financial strains & internal resource-gaps, Mid Devon District Council has ambitious carbon-neutrality target, prioritising tenant well-being and placemaking. St Andrews House achieved these by unlocking constrained urban land, securing government fundings, embracing innovation (MMC) for rapid-build, SAP100A+ modular homes, "changing lives” of 6 vulnerable residents.