best-large-housing-development.jpgTeam: Countryside Properties PLC & New Hall Projects Limited; Proctor and Matthews Architects & Roger Evans Associates Limited

Award winner for best large housing development

best-small-housing-development.jpgTeam: Firmac Developments Limited & 3W

Award winner for best small housing development

best-social-housing-development.jpgTeam: Midas Homes Limited & Gale and Snowden Architects

Award winner for best social housing development

best-mixed-use-development.jpgTeam: Buredi Limited; Richard Murphy Architects

Award winner for best mixed-use development

best-brownfield-development.jpgTeam: Urban Splash Limited; EDAW Plc, Arkheion Architects, Glenn Howells Architects

Joint award winner for best brownfield development

Best conversion

Wed 12 2006

best-conversion.jpgTeam : St George South London Limited (homebuilder),  Patel Taylor (architects)

Award winner for best conversion

best-interior-design-of-a-new-home.jpgTeam: Berkeley Homes (East Thames) Limited (homebuilder), A+Q Partnership (London) Limited (architects) & Target Living (interior design)

Commendation for best interior design of a new home

best-house-of-three-or-more-storeys.jpgDesign: Mark Fairhurst Architecture & Design

Low-energy recessed lighting throughout the houses, condensing boilers, proprietary insulated render systems, insulated roof systems and the use of sustainable materials ensure that these houses are energy-efficient and kind to the environment. The master bedroom suite has electric underfloor heating for extra comfort.

Award winner for best house of one or two storeys.jpgDesign: SMC Corstorphine & Wright

The house is finished to a high specification, with Siematic kitchen units and Miele appliances, Villeroy & Boch fittings to the ensuite bathrooms or shower rooms to all four bedrooms, a Japanese hydrotherapy tub, and a four-zone home entertainment system with a hidden home cinema