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Housing Design Awards 2009

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Housing Design Awards – Shortlist News

2009’s Housing Design Awards have shortlisted 38 developments for awards, to be made on 16 July in the Banqueting House in London’s Whitehall.

The annual Awards, running since 1949, celebrate the best design and planning of new homes in England. They are sponsored by the Department for Communities and Local Government and are in partnership with the Homes and Communities Agency, RIBA, Royal Town Planning Institute and NHBC with support from CABE. Each party fields one or more judges who visit the shortlisted schemes.

There are two categories of winner: ‘Project’ (for schemes with planning but not yet fully built out and occupied) and ‘Completed’. This year the judges have shortlisted 18 Projects and 21 Completed schemes, all of which will feature in the “Exhibition of Excellence” which will make a national tour beginning at the RIBA on 20 July.

About one third of this shortlist will be presented with an Award at the Banqueting House on Thursday 16 July. The lunchtime ceremony will be led by HCA Chairman Sir Robert Napier, with presentations by a CLG minister, HCA Chief Executive Sir Bob Kerslake, RIBA President Sunand Prasad, RTPI Senior Vice President Ann Skippers and NHBC Chief Executive Imtiaz Farookhi.

A special award will be made for the scheme which judges felt addressed issues facing house building in future generations, the Future Proof Award. There will al so be an Overall Winner.

Housing Design Awards 2009 Shortlisted Completed Schemes

2-46 Sedgwick Street, London E9
Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects

Abito, Salford Quays
BDP Ltd

Angel Waterside, London N1
Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects

Block 3, Tarling Estate Regeneration, Loondon E1
S333 Architecture + Urbanism

Bushey Hill, London SE5
Robert Dye Associates

Clay Field, Elmswell
Riches Hawley Mikhail Architects

Clyde Terrace, London SE23
bptw partnership

Curwen Apartments, London E15
Greenhill Jenner Architects

Geoff Marsh Court, London NW5
Burrell Foley Fischer LLP

Heathway East & West, Totnes
Harrison Sutton Partnership

Hereward Hall, March
Proctor and Matthews Architects

KX200, London N1
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

The Lamb North & South, Totnes
Harrison Sutton Partnership

PAD 55, Pickering
Bramhall Blenkharn

Queensbridge Quarter, London E8
Levitt Bernstein

The Ridge, Knutsford
Triangle Architects Ltd

Stone Rise, Dartford
PCKO Architects

Suttons Wharf South, London E2
Stock Woolstencroft

Tarling Regeneration, London E1
Stock Woolstencroft

Upton Site C, Northampton
HTA Architects Ltd

Urban Housing, Finsbury Park, London N4
Sergison Bates Architects LLP

Yew Tree Lodge, Ruislip
Duggan Morris Architects

Housing Design Awards 2009 Shortlisted Project Schemes

Armour Close, London N7
HFI Architects

Ashburnham 3, London EC1Y
Fraser Brown MacKenna

Boleyn Road, London N16
HFI Architects

Brandon Street, London SE17
Metaphorm Limited

Canning Town, London E16
Maccreanor Lavington

Digby Road, London E9
Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects

Downtown, London SE16
Proctor and Matthews Architects

Evolution, London HA8
Sprunt

Kick Start Site, London N4
Rolfe Judd / Wilkinson Eyre Architects

Lot 3, South Chase, Harlow
Alison Brooks Architects

No.1 Trebarwith Crescent, Newquay
Trewin Design Partnership

Rear of 39-61 Gwendwr Road, London W14
Weston Williamson Architects

Slo, South Chase, Harlow
Proctor and Matthews Architects

St. Ebbas Hospital Site, Epsom
PRP Architects

Trees Extra Care Housing, London N6
PRP Architects

Tria, London E2
Formation Architects

Woolmer Gate, Liphook
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