L&Q wins big at the WhatHouse? awards
We’re delighted to announce that we have won three awards at one of the UK’s most prestigious housebuilding events.
The annual WhatHouse? awards aim to celebrate the very best new homes being delivered in the UK. We walked away with three awards in key categories:
- The Quarry won a Silver Award for Best Starter Home
- Weavers Quarter won a Silver Award for Best Partnership Scheme (with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham)
- Chobham Manor won a Bronze Award for Best Partnership Scheme (with Taylor Wimpey)
Fiona Fletcher-Smith, Group Director of Development and Sales at L&Q said, “From helping buyers get onto the housing ladder for the first time, to working in partnership with housebuilders and local authorities, these awards recognise the work L&Q is doing to tackle the housing crisis.”
“These developments range from Bexley to Newham and Barking and Dagenham. However what ties them together is that they combine best-in-class design, with affordable homes and community facilities, making a real difference in their local areas.”
About the Quarry
- Over 600 homes, including 50% affordable housing
- Partnership between L&Q and The Anderson Group
- An impressive eco-development on a disused Quarry site, including a new primary school, community facilities, retained ecological areas and newly provided open space
- For more information, visit lqhomes.com/thequarry
About Weavers Quarter
- 192 homes, with 100% affordable housing, as part of the wider regeneration of the Gascoigne Estate
- Partnership between L&Q and the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
- Weavers Quarter is more than a collection of high-quality shared ownership homes. This dynamic development is a whole new community. The masterplan will bring a new park, landscaped areas and two new schools to the area.
- For more information, visit lqhomes.com/weaversquarter
About Chobham Manor
- 850 homes including 28% affordable housing
- Partnership between L&Q and Taylor Wimpey
- The first of five new neighbourhoods to be delivered at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford. The development of these neighbourhoods will see up to 6,800 new homes constructed in the park over the next 20 years, plus nurseries, health centres and multi-purpose community spaces – with world class sporting venues and picturesque parklands on the doorstep.
- For more information, visit chobhammanor.co.uk