We attracted high praise at the What House? Awards when we won silver in the Sustainable Housebuilder of the Year category.
Adding to our eco-friendly credentials was another silver award in the Best Brownfield section too, for our popular Evolve development in Plymouth.
Although we were pipped to the post for the gold accolades in those sections, the judges did award us top prize in the Best Large Housebuilder of the Year – adding to Housebuilder of the Year title we picked up at the Building magazine awards in April.
Yet more praise also went to our highly-rated Kingston Mills riverside development in Bradford-on-Avon which attracted bronze awards in the Best Mixed Use and Best Renovation categories.
The prizes were picked up during a glittering ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, on Friday November 16 in the What House? Awards’ 31st year.
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “This is another very encouraging result in a year that has seen our housebuilding efforts around the country repeatedly recognised by the judges.
“It’s thanks to the skill and dedication of our teams in every department of the company that we have achieved this. It sets us up to continue to strive for similar excellent results in 2013: picking up more awards and delighting customers.”
The boilers heating our houses are some of the most efficient available, saving you money and minimising CO2 emissions.
Over 90% of our waste is recycled or converted into energy.