HTA thrilled to have six projects shortlisted in the Inside Housing Development Awards
We are thrilled to have 6 projects shortlisted in the Inside Housing Development Awards!
Kidbrooke Park Road – RB of Greenwich, Best affordable housing development (£20m +)
Kidbrooke Park Road proposes a new residential scheme providing a new nursery and 117 new affordable homes. The proposed development allows for the creation of a green corridor making provision for a tree lined pedestrian and cycle route along Kidbrooke Park Road enabled through remedial work to eradicate ground contamination caused by the previous uses of the site.
Sutton Estate - HTA Design LLP, Best affordable housing development (£20m +)
This 100% affordable scheme will provide 81 new homes for residents living on the estate and across the borough. Our objective has been to secure the legacy of the estate, ensuring the history, stories and beauty of these historic buildings can be enjoyed for generations to come, fitting new to the old in a sympathetic way. The proposals also include extensive biodiverse landscape transformation across the entire estate.
Tower House & Ashbourne House- HTA Design LLP, Best affordable housing development (£20m +)
Slough Borough Council’s flagship project spear-heads the delivery of 100% affordable exemplary Council housing at this town centre site. 193 affordable maisonettes and flats are replacing 120 flats in two vacant 11 storey towers that were blighted by anti-social behaviour. HTA developed a vision with extensive community engagement for healthy, highly sustainable homes for all tenants in a safe living environment with play spaces on their doorstep set within attractive gardens.
Mulberry Park – Curo, Best development (suburban and rural)
Mulberry Park brings town centre density to the suburban edge of historic Bath, helping to create a more sustainable family neighbourhood. Nestling within the semi-rural village setting of Combe Down, Phase 1 comprises 275 homes from 700 consented in the 2015 Outline Planning permission, and establishes a gateway to the development from Bradford Road, as well as connecting to the adjacent Foxhill estate.
Castle Court - Places for People, Best regeneration project (rural and suburban)
Castle Court makes the most of public land through a design that delivers low cost family homes in an area with challenging viability through thoughtful, economic solutions. It is a development of 68 new homes on a currently derelict former Royal Navy site in Portland, Dorset.
Castleward - Best development (Urban - outside of London) | Entered by Compendium Living, in partnership with Riverside and Lovell
The third phase of an Urban regeneration scheme in Derby City Centre – Castleward phase 3 looks to develop a narrow, light industrial site to the north of the completed Castleward Boulevard (Phase 1). . Utilising a mixture of 4 storey apartment blocks, maisonettes with flats above & 2 storey flats over garages, all arranged around a parking courtyard.
A simple design aesthetic and material palette is derived from and complements the local Derby context. Constrained façades are articulated with regular set backs which emphasise verticality in the design.
Winners announced on the 4th November – fingers crossed!