Recently completed projects, Timekeepers Square and Chorlton Villas, have been shortlisted at this year's Sunday Times British Homes Awards.
Timekeepers Square, a development of 36 townhouses in the English Cities Fund Salford Central Regeneration scheme, has been shortlisted for Development of the Year (schemes under 200 homes).
Chorlton Villas, a development of 28 distinctive, family homes in Chorlton, south Manchester is in the running for the Community Living Award. The award recognises a new development that provides resident amenities alongside living accommodation, with design solutions that engender a sense of community within the scheme.
The British Homes Awards, run by Haymarket Media Group, recognises the talent, effort and innovation of architects, designers, housebuilders, affordable housing providers and developers working across the residential property sector today. The awards celebrate the quality of the homes and communities being created in the UK, showcasing the best in design to key players in the property market and central and local government.
The winners will be announced on 21 September during an awards ceremony at the Grosvenor Square Hotel, London.