Meet the Bricks 2019 Finalists – Part 2

We are just days away from The Bricks 2019.

Our annual awards celebrate the excellent work carried out by contractors, builders, developers and housing associations across England and Wales.

In this second part of our preview series, we shine a light on the finalists in our 51+ unit development categories. These chosen few have been selected from hundreds by our expert panel of judges.

Development of the Year (51+ Units North Category)

Site name: Standish Grange

Developer: Bloor Homes North West

Location: Chorley, Lancashire

A development of more than 100 two, three and four bedroom homes in detached, semi-detached and mews configurations in Standish, Lancashire.

Standish Grange, by Bloor Homes North West


Site name: Falkland Way

Developer: Keigar Homes Ltd

Location: Barton, North Lincolnshire

A total of 115 homes including a mixture of houses and bungalows, and 23 affordable homes.

Falkland Way, by Keigar Homes Ltd


Site name: Brookwood Chase

Developer: Persimmon Homes (Charles Church)

Location: Buckshaw Village, Lancashire

With a range of two bedroom apartments up to five bedroom homes, Brookwood Chase features 160 plot in total in a desirable area of Lancashire.

Brookwood Chase, by Persimmon Homes (Charles Church)


Site name: The Oaks

Developer: Persimmon Homes North West

Location: Flint, North Wales

Situated in the village of Oakenholt on the outskirts of the castle town of Flint in North Wales, The Oaks consists of modern two, three and four bedroom homes.

The Oaks, by Persimmon Homes North West


Site name: Manor Farm Fields

Developer: Bloor Homes Limited

Location: Derby

Manor Farm Fields features more than 250 two, three and four bedroom homes for sale in Mickleover near Derby.

Manor Farm Fields, by Bloor Homes Limited


Development of the Year (51+ Units South Category)

Site name: Longwood Fields

Developer: Bloor Homes

Location: Melton, Suffolk

This development will eventually feature a total of 180 homes comprising of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties in Melton.

Longwood Fields, by Bloor Homes


Site name: Archery Gardens

Developer: Gemselect Ltd

Location: St Leonards, East Sussex

Archery Gardens (shown work in progress) includes six luxury sympathetically restored villas and six spacious apartments converted from the listed Archery Villas. It also features 97 new homes ranging from single bedroom flats to four-bedroom houses over four phases, each designed to complement the area and needs of modern home owners.

Archery Gardens (in progress), by Gemselect Ltd


Site name: Macauley Place

Developer: J W Stratton Ltd

Location: Eastbourne

Macauley Place features contemporary architectural design with high gables, slanting roofs and varying facades and features. It includes a mix of three, four and five bedroom houses and two bedroom apartments, two-tone brick and boarded facades with metallic grey anodised aluminium windows, doors and feature panels.

Macauley Place, by J W Stratton Ltd


Site name: Ampthill Chase

Developer: Bloor Homes Limited

Location: Bedford

A development of more than 250 homes at Warren Farm in Ampthill, feature three and four bedroom family homes.

Ampthill Chase, by Bloor Homes Limited


Looking forward to The Bricks 2019

Who will be crowned overall winners for 2019? We will know by Thursday 24th October, when the finals take place in Illuminate at the Science Museum, London.

What do our Bricks judges look for when they inspect a site? Watch one of the judges, Mike Swatton, explain in these short videos.


Please Note: Every care was taken to ensure the information in this article was correct at the time of publication. Any written guidance provided does not replace the reader’s professional judgement and any construction project should comply with the relevant Building Regulations or applicable technical standards. However, for the most up to date LABC Warranty technical guidance please refer to your Risk Management Surveyor and the latest version of the LABC Warranty technical manual.

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