HTA have been shortlisted in 4 categories in AJ100 2024

24 May 2024

AJ100 Practice of the Year

HTA aims to achieve positive change by creating great places to live and through establishing a great place to work. Our commitment to post occupancy evaluation of our projects helps to drive greater quality and performance across architecture and associated design professions.

What the judges have said:

‘HTA Design, AJ100 Employer of the Year for the last two years, has once again impressed AJ100 judges with its commitment to outreach and post-occupancy evaluation. Its recent Enclave project in Croydon, a modular tower rising 163m, was the first project to be approved under the GLA’s new co-living asset class policy.’

AJ100 Employer of the Year

HTA are leaders in good employment practices; with a strong workplace culture, a commitment to learning and development and clear strategy on EDI and delivering Social Value. Despite 2023 being the most challenging year in recent times, HTA continued to progress in its plan to instill and promote better employment practices across its professions and the wider construction industry.

AJ100 Community Impact of the Year, Winstanley & York Road Estates Interior Design Show Flat Competition

HTA design have worked with Wandsworth Council to deliver a design competition that engages young people in the design of a show flat on the Winstanley and York Road Estate. The winning design allows local people to see what can be achieved in their new home, inspiring their move as part of this large scale estate regeneration programme.

AJ100 Client of the Year, Enfield Council

Enfield has continued to show ambition in pursuit of better housing for its residents, advancing a number of challenging, large-scale regeneration projects across the borough.  Throughout HTA’s work on Meridian Water and Joyce and Snell’s, the Council has continued to set high standards for itself and its partners. They have driven demanding programmes to improve local housing under very challenging conditions of construction inflation and regulatory uncertainty. Their approach has set a brave example for other councils, seeking better ways to build a better borough, and offer a brighter future for their residents.