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2009

Yew Trew Lodge, Hillingdon - ‘Affordable Housing Development of the Year’ Award at the British Home Awards. A two-storey building for 12 residents with learning difficulties fashioned almost entirely from brick.

Galston Street, Openshaw, Manchester – ‘Built in Quality Award’ 2009 for the new build development of 24 houses for Mosscare Housing Limited. One of only 9 Winners of Built in Quality Awards given by Manchester City Council Building Control Officers for outstanding quality selected from more than 2,600 schemes completed throughout Manchester in 2008.

Stockwood Park Discovery Centre & Museum, Luton - commissioned by the Museum Services Division of Luton Borough Council, to provide improved public access, circulation and enjoyment of the existing Mossman Carriage Museum and Gardens and affording the opportunity to open up to discovery under utilised area of the site. Winner of the following awards:-

• ‘Highly Commended Award’ in the Community Benefit Category at the RICS East of England Award Ceremony.

• ‘Permanent Exhibition Award’ at Museums & Heritage Show

• CPRE Mark (Campaign to Protect Rural England) for the Walled Garden at Stockwood Park

 

2008

Broadfield Road, Moss Side - RICS North West Awards 2008 Short listed for the Best Residential Project Award.

The Mere, Bolton - RICS North West Awards 2008 Short listed for the Best Regeneration Project Award.

 

2007

Murrays’ Mills Major Repairs Project, Manchester - Appleyard & Trew’s involvement as Quantity Surveyors in the major shell repair of Murrays' Mills for Ancoats Buildings Preservation Trust (now Heritage Works Preservation Trust), was successfully completed in Summer 2006. The project was nominated for several categories, being successful in achieving the following awards:-

• RICS North West Awards – ‘Award in the Building Conservation Category’

• Insider Property Award North West – ‘Regeneration Award’ for Heritage Works Building Preservation Trust (formerly ABPT)

• North Regional Structural Awards - Award for the ‘Best Sustainable Project’

 

2006

East Acton Town Square, London Borough of Ealing – Awarded ‘Best Community or Partnership Initiative’ Award in 2006 by London Planning Awards for the £1.2 million redevelopment in Ealing to create a new Public Square.

 

2005

The Attenborough Nature Reserve Visitor Centre - winner of a ‘Principle Award’ at the recent East Midlands RIBA Awards Ceremony 2005, the nature reserve visitor centre is built on stilts above the flood level of the River Trent and accessed by a footbridge. The principles of sustainable construction were utilised on every aspect of the building resulting in a very energy efficient building with a light environmental touch.

Sacrista Prebend, Southwell - winner of a ‘Principle Award’ at the recent East Midlands RIBA Awards Ceremony 2005. The project comprised a high quality refurbishment of a semi-derelict house and derelict outbuildings to provide new residential accommodation and a chapel to a community of nuns within the grounds of Sacrista Prebend, the official residence of the Dean of Southwell Minster.

St.Georges Centre, Netherfield - a ‘Conservation Award’ was also made to the St.Georges Centre, Netherfield, Nottingham; a purpose built community resource and meeting facility in a deprived area of Nottingham constructed to provide maximum energy efficiency and to form a focal point on a corner site in the Netherfield area.

 

 

 

 

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