2019 categories. With regret we have taken the decision to cancel the Inside Housing Development Awards 2020. Click here for further information. We look forward to returning in 2021, but in the meantime keep up to date with all the Inside Housing events here.
The need for more housing has risen up the political agenda across the UK, and the need to boost residential development is clear. This award will recognise a completed or planned housing development that answers that call. The development will demonstrate ambition and create a great place where residents want to live. Homes may be part of a multi-use development.
The UK housing crisis means that the delivery of homes that are affordable to those on lower incomes is more important than ever. This award will recognise a completed development that creates a new community and a desirable, high quality place to live that residents can afford. The winning development will offer social, affordable, sub-market and/or intermediate market rent homes, which may be part of a multi-use and/or mixed tenure development.
Regeneration projects can turn around a place, creating opportunities to meet housing need and making a different to employment, health and education. This award will recognise a completed regeneration project that has turned a place around and created more homes.
The private rented sector is the fastest growing tenure in the UK, and government, investors and landlords alike are backing the burgeoning build for rent sector. This award will recognise a completed or planned development that creates a new community and a desirable, high quality rented homes. The winning development will offer private rented homes, which may be part of a multi-use and/or mixed tenure development.
The majority of Britons aspire to own their own home, and for many shared ownership offers a unique opportunity to get a foot on the ladder. This award will recognise a completed or planned development that creates a new community and desirable, high quality homes for shared ownership, which may be part of a multi-use and/or mixed tenure development.
As the population ages, the need for well-designed homes for older people becomes ever more important. This award will recognise a completed or planned development that creates homes for older people that are desirable and are well designed to meet current and future care and support needs. Homes may be part of a multi-use and/or mixed tenure development.
Modular construction offers important solutions to many construction challenges, allowing developers to build at scale and at speed, while reducing the pressure on hard-to-find trades to produce quality homes. This award will recognise a completed or planned housebuilding project utilising offsite, modular or modern technologies and methods of construction. The winning entry will demonstrate how these methods enable efficient, speedy build, value for money and desirable, energy efficient homes.
Whether your team is well established or growing, this award will recognise ambition and excellent performance. The winning team will be able to demonstrate outstanding achievement to deliver high quality new homes and places that meet the needs of residents. The number of homes developed will not be the only measure: new teams, teams at newly developing organisations are also eligible.
Some of the most successful developments have been made possible by strong and genuine collaboration between partners. The winning entry will demonstrate the tangible outcomes possible only because of the partnership.
The winner of this category will have demonstrated how their scheme raises the bar for market-sale developments in terms of quality, freshness of thinking, and enhancing the community in which it is located.