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November 2017

Q sponsors Best Starter Home Scheme at the WhatHouse? Awards

Q was delighted to become a headline sponsor of the WhatHouse? Awards 2017, the Oscars of the housebuilding industry!


The coveted awards are an incredible celebration of excellence in the industry and are testament to the success and hard work of many high quality housebuilders in the UK.


The awards ceremony, now in its 36th year, is the UK's most prestigious new homes event, and was attended by over 1,700 senior figures from the housebuilding industry.


Top comedian and actor Jack Whitehall hosted the ceremony and was joined by former England rugby captain and World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio.


Q sponsored the Best Starter Home Scheme category, and we are very happy to congratulate the winners:


The Gold Award went to Network Homes, Silver went to Lovell Homes and St Modwen Homes, and Bronze to Higgins Homes.


We would like to congratulate everyone who received a WhatHouse? Award this year.


For a full list of winners for 2017, please visit the WhatHouse? Awards website at www.whathouse.com/awards/2017

Best Starter Home - Gold - Network Homes Best Starter Home - Silver - Lovell Best Starter Home - Silver - St Modwen Best Starter Home - Bronze - Higgins Homes

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Gold Award - Network Homes

Best Starter Home Scheme:

The Crescent, Hertford, Hertfordshire


Network Homes retains their title with another highly successful development, this one a collection of 35 homes aimed at local people, including 11 stunning three-storey townhouses made available to local buyers on the Shared Ownership scheme, with a minimum 40% initial investment.


Read more in the WhatHouse? Awards Judges Report 2017.

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Silver Award - Lovell Homes

Best Starter Home Scheme:

Lymington Mews, Dagenham


There is a feeling of permanency to Chadwell Heath, which is often lacking in this category. With a mix of homes, from one-bedroom flats to four-bedroom houses, and the foundations laid for a new school, Lymington Mews offers more than just a step onto the property ladder.


Read more in the WhatHouse? Awards Judges Report 2017.


Silver Award - St Modwen Homes

Best Starter Home Scheme:

Locking Parklands, Locking, Somerset


This transformation of a former RAF site into 1,450 new homes, a collection of shops and schools, extensive space for employment opportunities and new sports and leisure areas, has proven incredibly popular with those purchasing their first property.


Read more in the WhatHouse? Awards Judges Report 2017.


Bronze Award - Higgins Homes

Best Starter Home Scheme:

Clissold Quarter, Stoke Newington


Clissold Quarter is one of those developments that first-time buyers probably won’t believe they can afford. By restricting multiple purchases and excluding overseas sales, the developer has given the local community a chance to gain a foothold in the London Borough of Hackney.


Read more in the WhatHouse? Awards Judges Report 2017.