Picture gallery for the 2005 Regeneration Awards is now online.
Crest Nicholson won three first prizes at last night’s 2005 Regeneration Awards. It picked up the award for Regeneration Partnership of the Year, Development of the Year and Housebuilder of the Year at a glittering award ceremony at the Park Lane Hilton.
Architect Pollard Thomas Edwards was named the Regeneration Architect of the Year and won Innovation of the Year with two schemes that incorporated affordable housing within primary schools.
Higgins Construction picked up the Regeneration Contractor of the Year accolade while EDAW won Regeneration Consultant of the Year. The Best Mixed-use regeneration project was by Countryside Properties for the Old Brewery Quarter in Cardiff and Best Housing-led Regeneration Project was Staiths South Bank, Gateshead by Idpartnership Northern.
The winners were:
• Regeneration Contractor of the Year: Higgins Construction
• Regeneration Architect of the Year: Pollard Thomas Edwards
• Regeneration Housebuilder of the Year: Crest Nicholson
• Regeneration Consultant of the Year: EDAW
• Regeneration Developer of the Year: Crest Nicholson
• Regeneration Agency of the Year: English Partnerships
• Best Mixed-Use Regeneration Project: Old Brewery Quarter, Cardiff – Countryside Properties.
• Best Commercial-led Regeneration Project: International Financial Services District, Glasgow – Glasgow Council, Enterprise network and BT Scotland.
• Best Housing-led Regeneration Project: Staiths South Bank, Gateshead – Idpartnership Northern
• Best Design-led Regeneration Project: Jubilee Street, Brighton – Mill Group
• International Regeneration Award: Malecon 2000, Ecuador – International Development Projects Office, Oxford Brookes University
• Challenging Regeneration Project of the Year: Tollgate Shopping Centre, West Midlands – Thomas Vale
• Innovation of the Year: Pollard Thomas Edwards
• Regeneration Partnership of the Year: Crest Nicholson
• Housing Association Regenerator of the Year: Keynote Housing Group
• Regeneration Champions of the Year: Margaret Ford, English Partnerships and Sylvia Wilson, campaigner.