Posted on 01 March 2017
Hyde New Homes has successfully won the 'Best Large Development' award for Spring at New Stonebridge Park at the 2016 National Housing Awards, held at the Lancaster Hotel. Hosted by comedian and quiz show host, Alexander Armstrong, the awards are regarded as the housing industry's most prestigious and significant accolades of the sector.
Spring at New Stonebridge Park forms part of an ongoing regeneration programme that will see over £225 million invested in the area of Wembley and Stonebridge, creating new homes and facilities for local residents and potential new home buyers in North West London.
On collecting the award, Minnie Dando, Head of Marketing at Hyde New Homes commented 'We are delighted to receive the award for Best Large Development with our Spring at New Stonebridge Park development and also to be highly commended for the Best Regeneration category at the prestigious National Housing Federation awards yesterday'.
The judges praised the scheme, highlighting the high quality design, as well as how we successfully involved the community.
Spring is part of a £225 million regeneration led by The Hyde Group, on the former Stonebridge estate in Harlesden, providing much needed housing in a London zone 3 area.
The scheme was also recognised in the 'Best Large Regeneration Project' winning highly commended.