Our architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards’projected design for the St Luke’s site was recently shortlisted for the prestigious Housing Design Awards 2014.
Housing Design Awards is an non-profit organisation drawing on expertise across the housing industry to champion the value of good design. One of its most important activities, now in its 64th year, is a national assessment programme, sponsored by government and the Greater London Authority, of new developments in the British housing sector. This culminates annually with schemes shortlisted as the best from a broad range of entries. This shortlist of completed and projected schemes is visited by a multi-disciplinary team of 16 judges.
The winners were announced on July 15 this year at a ceremony and reception held at the amazing new Saw Swee Hock Centre at the London School of Economics. Two members of Cohousing Woodside were invited by Hanover to attend. The overall winner was ‘Abode’development in Great Kneighton, Cambridgeshire by Proctor and Matthews, but CW representatives were proud that PTEa were part of the shortlist.