Laing Homes won three awards, including best private housebuilder, at the 2002 Building Homes Quality Awards last week. It also won the partnering prize and a category entitled Choices for the private sector.

The awards, which are in their second year, attracted twice as many entries as last year.

Comedian Tony Hawks was the host for the evening, being preceded on the stage by CABE chief executive Jon Rouse.

The full list of the winners is:

  • Sustainability (sponsored by Thermalite):
    the Peabody Trust
  • Partnering (Prime Connection):
    Laing Homes
  • Health and safety (Dunbar Bank):
  • Innovation (Zurich):
    St James Homes
  • Land and planning strategy (English Partnerships):
  • Quality improvement (Rationel Windows):
    Greenwich Millennium Village
  • Change strategy (Housing Today):
    Stamford Homes
  • Choices for the private sector (Bristan):
    Laing Homes
  • Choices for the affordable sector (Bristan):
    Higgins Construction
  • Training (NHBC):
    Southdale Homes
  • Customer satisfaction (the Housing Forum):
    Crest Nicholson Residential
  • Marketing strategy (Wood for Good):
    Swansea Housing Association
  • Affordable housing provider of the year (ODPM):
    Lovell Partnerships
  • Private sector housebuilder of the year (Eternit Building Materials):
    Laing Homes