Qudos win ‘Best Conservation & Regeneration project’ at the 2017 regional LABC building awards for the second year running!
We are delighted to win the ‘Best Conservation & Regeneration project’ award at the regional LABC (Local authority building control) awards for our recently completed new build houses no. 1-6 Blue Bell Court in Barton upon Humber. The competition was judged by a panel selected from the nine competing local authorities.
Qudos Managing Director Tom Strawson was delighted to receive the award again at another packed evening awards ceremony held at Q Hotels, Forest Pines Events Centre.
Tom commented ‘We are delighted to receive this award, which is the 3rd award that this development has now won. It is tribute to our team and the high standard of developments that we aspire to build.
‘Converting historic Listed buildings is always challenging but very rewarding and we are delighted with what we have achieved here.’
The site, located within the towns historic conservation area was a classic re-development project. We carefully planned and worked very closely with North Lincolnshire Council’s planning and conservation team to create an attractive new development which lies on a prominent corner within the town centre.
All six houses sold ‘off plan’ in advance of completion and which underpins the success of the development.
We look forward to our next new challenge with our new development ‘Francis Gardens’ in Scawby already under construction.