Laing Homes and Lovell Partnerships scooped the top prizes in the 2002 Building Homes Quality Awards, hosted by Building and the Housing Forum, at Le Meridien Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Tuesday.
Laing Homes won the title of private sector housebuilder of the year sponsored by Eternit Building materials, and Lovell Partnerships was named affordable housing provider of the year sponsored by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.

In addition to the two major awards, there were 12 category winners. They were: Peabody Trust (sustainability award sponsored by Thermalite), Laing Homes (partnering sponsored by The Prime Connection), Countryside Properties (health and safety sponsored by Dunbar Bank), St James Homes (innovation sponsored by Zurich Building Guarantees), Linden Homes (land and planning sponsored by English Partnerships), Stamford Homes (change sponsored by Housing Today), Greenwich Millennium Village (quality improvement sponsored by Rationel Windows UK), Laing Homes (options and choices, private sector sponsored by Bristan Group), Higgins Construction (options and choices, affordable sector sponsored by Bristan Group), Southdale Homes (people development sponsored by NHBC), Crest Nicholson Residential (customer satisfaction sponsored by The Housing Forum), and Swansea Housing Association (marketing sponsored by Wood For Good).