Our Quebec Park development has been shortlisted for Housing Project of the Year in this years British Construction Industry Awards (BCI).
The prestigious BCI Awards celebrate excellence in project delivery and outcomes for society. Housing Project of the Year recognises brilliance in completed projects – from concept, through procurement, design and construction, and on to operations and ultimate end user satisfaction.
Quebec Park was the first residential development to deliver homes as part of the wider Whitehill and Bordon regeneration project in Hampshire, which was one of the first 10 government sponsored ‘eco-towns’. A former garrison town, it has now been transformed into a prosperous and sustainable ‘green’ town following the departure of the MOD in 2015 and consists of 100 two, three and four-bedroom homes, including coach-houses, terraces, townhouses and detached properties.
With the conversion of two existing barrack buildings into a community employment hub and café, the development will create 100 jobs for the local community.
James Pennington, our Executive Director of Development said, “We are so pleased that our Quebec Park development has been shortlisted for this award. Providing affordable, modern and sustainable homes and opportunities for the local community is important to us, and this exciting development does just that. We look forward to the awards ceremony in October.”
Jonathan Rickard, Head of Radian Build said: “We are excited and honoured to be shortlisted for Housing Project of the Year in the BCI Awards 2019. Working in partnership with Architecture PLB, Boulter Mossman and Drew Smith, we have worked hard to provide low-carbon homes and important employment opportunities for the local community.”