Published 22 Sep 2017

Peabody Wins Homebuilder of the Year at The Sunday Times British Homes Awards

Peabody Wins Homebuilder of the Year at The Sunday Times British Homes Awards

Following success at the 2017 National Housing Awards, Peabody has been named 'Homebuilder of the Year' at the Sunday Times British Homes Awards.

Widely regarded as one of the industry’s most respected accolades, the awards are judged by an independent panel including designers, developers and industry experts, and focus on design excellence and celebrating the quality of the homes and communities being created in the UK.

Our winning developments

Our infill development of five new cottages at the historic Cleverly Estate in Hammersmith, won 'Affordable Development of the Year'. Designed by Lyndon Goode Architects and Haworth Tompkins, the scheme has transformed two brownfield sites of dilapidated outbuildings, completing the formal planning of the Victorian estate with high-quality architecture that references the existing palate of materials and detailing.

We also won 'Development of the Year (200 homes or less)' for the first phase of our flagship St. John’s Hill regeneration project opposite Clapham Junction. Completed in April 2016, phase 1 includes 153 new homes, high quality landscaping and play areas. The scheme was also highly commended in the 'Apartment Development' category and architects Hawkins\Brown were named 'Architect of the Year'.

St John's Hill Regeneration

St John's Hill Regeneration


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