Results from last night's Regeneration Awards celebrating those who make our cities, towns and housing estates better places to live

David Pretty, the outgoing chief executive of Barratt Developments, scooped the Regeneration Champion of the Year Award at Building’s 2006 Regeneration Awards last night.

The judges praised Pretty, who received the accolade in front of 1000 people at the Grosvenor House Hotel in central London, for "raising awarness with the government of regeneration issues".

Urban Initiatives took two awards, scooping the prize for Innovation of the Year as well as the Regeneration Consultant of the Year trophy.

The Arsenal Regeneration project took the prize for Best Mixed-Use Regeneration Project, where planning consultant Hepher Dixon was part of a team that has created more than 2,500 homes – 40% of which will be affordable – and 70,000m2 of business, leisure and retail space, as well as bringing 2,650 jobs to the area.

Other winners included:

  • St Vincent Place, Reiach and Hall Architects/Oberlanders Architects, Challenging Regeneration Project of the Year
  • National Waterfront Museum, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, Best Design-Led Regeneration Project
  • Gardner Stewart Architects, Regeneration Architect of the Year
  • The Glass-House: Community Led Design, Regeneration Agency of the Year Winner
  • Great Places Housing Group/Urban Splash/Fat, Regeneration Partnership of the Year
  • Bishops Square, Spitalfields, London, Foster and Partners/Hammerson/City of London, Best Commercial-Led Regeneration Project
  • Urban Splash, Regeneration Developer of the Year
  • Great Places Housing Group, Housing Association Regenerator of the Year
  • Gunwharf, Plymouth, Midas Homes, Best Housing-Led Regeneration Project
  • Inspace/Willmott Dixon Housing, Regeneration Contractor of the Year
  • The Berkeley Group, Regeneration Housebuilder of the Year