We celebrated winning yet more silverware when our Midlands region scooped a top environmental and design accolade honouring the very best buildings around Peterborough.
Our Drover’s Mead collection of homes in the nearby village of Castor won the Peterborough Development and Environment Award in the design category of Best Residential – Multiple Dwellings.
Members of the judging panel concluded that “special care has been taken in the design to pick out key features of the historic heart of Castor in terms of layout, materials and detailing”.
They added: “A courtyard area has been designed to create an inclusive development of smaller homes creating a distinctive coherent environment.”
Linden Homes Midlands technical director Barry Maynard said: “We are thrilled to have won this award and are delighted that the judges have recognised the tremendous amount of care and consideration that went in to designing these fabulous family homes at Castor.”
The award is the latest in a series we have won this year, including the Housebuilder of the Year title in the Building magazine awards in April, and Best Large Housebuilder of the Year in November’s What House? Awards 2012.
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