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
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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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