New Homes Awards 2012: the winners

From classy commuter mansions to city-centre apartments at NEO Bankside and first-time buys to penthouses, this year’s best new homes were awarded for innovative design, eco living and impressive architecture

LONDON EVENING STANDARD GRAND PRIX 2012 WINNER


The overall winner of the London Evening Standard New Homes Awards is:
NEO Bankside, 50-70 Holland Street, London SE1 - by Native Land and Grosvenor

NEO Bankside, London SE1
Grand Prix 2012 winner: NEO Bankside, London SE1

BEST NEW LUXURY HOME


Winner: 37 Loom Lane, Radlett, Hertfordshire - by Octagon
Highly commended: Walpole Mayfair, 4-5 Arlington Street, London SW1 - by Oliver Burns

BEST WATERSIDE HOME


Winner: Lower Mill Estate, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester, Gloucestershire – by Lower Mill Estate
Highly commended: Kew Bridge, Brentford, Middlesex - by St George

BEST FIRST-TIME BUY


Winner (small developers – under 100 units): 79 Fermoy Road, London W9 - by Pocket and Darling Associates
Highly commended: Olympus Apartments, 69 Fairfield Road, Bow E3 – by Swan Housing Group, Stock Woostencroft and Galliford Try

Winner (large developers – over 100 units): Kidbrooke Village, London SE9 - by Berkeley Urban Renaissance
Highly commended: The Mews, Gilbert Street, Enfield - by Origin Housing

BEST APARTMENT


Winner (under £1 million): Ludus, South Road, Saffron Walden, Essex - by Higgins Homes
Highly commended: Grange Garden, 1 Haven Way, Bermondsey, London SE1 - by Union Developments

Winner (over £1 million): West Wing 1, Balls Park, Hertford - by City & Country Group
Highly commended: Apartment 49, Central St Giles, London WC2 - by United House Developments

West Wing 1, Balls Park, Hertford
Best apartment (over £1 million): West Wing 1, Balls Park, Hertford

BEST PENTHOUSE


Winner: Walpole Mayfair, 4-5 Arlington Street, London SW1
Highly commended: Grange Garden, 1 Haven Way, Bermondsey, London SE1 - by Union Developments

Penthouse apartment, Walpole Mayfair, London SW1
Best penthouse: Walpole Mayfair, London SW1

BEST FAMILY HOME (up to three bedrooms)


Winner: Parsons Gate Mews, Fulham, London SW6 - by Taylor Wimpey
Highly commended: The Bartley, Wye Dene, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire - by St James

BEST FAMILY HOME (over three bedrooms)


Winner (under £1 million): The Villa, Sherfield Park, Basingstoke, Hampshire - by Croudace Homes
Highly commended: Edgbaston, Brooklands, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire - by Places for People

Winner (over £1 million): Beech House, Boars Hill, Oxfordshire - by Millgate Homes
Highly commended: 2 Langham House, Esher, Surrey - by Hyatt Group Ltd

Beech House, Boars Hill, Oxfordshire
Best family home over 3 bedrooms (over £1 million): Beech House, Boars Hill, Oxfordshire

BEST CONVERSION


Winner (small developers): Hays Mews, Mayfair, London W1 - by The Malins Group
Highly commended: Balls Park, Hertford - by City & Country Group

Winner (large developers): Ludus, South Road, Saffron Walden, Essex - by Higgins Homes
Highly commended: Allen Gardens, 40-46 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, London N16 - by One Housing Group

BEST REGENERATION PROJECT


Winner: Packington Square, Prebend Street, London N1 - by Hyde Group
Highly commended: Kidbrooke Village, London SE9 - by Berkeley Urban Renaissance

BEST DEVELOPMENT (affordable homes sector)


Winner (small developers): 79 Fermoy Road, London W9 - by Pocket and Darling Associates
Highly commended: Peel House, Regency Street, London SW1 - by Darling Associates & Project Grande

Winner (large developers): Highbury Gardens, 52 Holloway Road, London N7 - by First Base
Highly commended: Putney Hill, Putney, London SW15 - by A2 Dominion

NEO Bankside, London SE1
Best large development: NEO Bankside, London SE1

BEST SMALL DEVELOPMENT


Winner (small developers): Dunedin Mews, London SW2 - by Leathwaite Development Ltd
Highly commended: Aylwins, Mayfield, East Sussex - by Newcourt Residential Ltd

Winner (large developers): Churchway, Euston Road, London NW1 - by Origin Housing
Highly commended: The Woodcrofts, Buntingford, Hertfordshire - by Weston Homes

BEST LARGE DEVELOPMENT


Winner (small developers): Grange Garden, 1 Haven Way, Bermondsey, London SE1 - by Union Developments
Highly commended: Lower Mill Estate, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester, Gloucestershire - by Lower Mill Estate

Winner (large developers): NEO Bankside, 50-70 Holland Street, London SE1 - by Native Land and Grosvenor
Highly commended: Bezier, 91 City Road, London EC2 - by Tudorvale

ECO LIVING AWARD


Winner: Lower Mill Estate, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester, Gloucestershire – by Lower Mill Estate
Highly commended: Fabrik, 116 Coldharbour Lane, London SE5 - by Notting Hill Housing Group

Lower Mill Estate, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester, Goucestershire
Eco living award: Lower Mill Estate, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester, Goucestershire

* For a full report from David Spittles, see next Wednesday's Homes & Property, with your free London Evening Standard

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