RESI, the UK’s largest residential housing conference, has launched a new award to coincide with its 10th Anniversary.
The new RESI 10 for 10 Award is sponsored by Mansion Global and recognises the best residential developments of the last decade. The 24 projects that have made the long list of 12 large and small developments will be narrowed down to a shortlist of 5 in each category.
Frontrunners for the prize include Royal William Yard in Plymouth by Urban Splash, Hanham Hall in Bristol by Barratt and Sovereign Housing and Royal Arsenal Riverside in London by Berkeley Homes, who will shoot it out for title of housing scheme of the decade in their respective categories.
Each development will have a showcase at a RESI and delegates will be asked to vote on their favourites, before two prizes will be awarded for the best Small and the best Large housing scheme.
The full list includes:
Small (<250 unit) Developments:
Royal William Yard, Plymouth: Urban Splash
Fizzy Lewisham, London: Fizzy Living and Muse
NEO Bankside, London: Native Land and Grosvenor
77 Mayfair, London: Luxlo hoUSe, Manchester: Urban Splash
Adelaide Wharf, London: First Base
The Avenue, Saffron Walden: Hill
Banyan Wharf, London: Regal Homes
Newhall Be, Harlow, Essex: Galliford Try and Linden Homes
Deptford Project, London: U+I and London Borough of Lewisham
Hanham Hall, Bristol: Barratt and Sovereign Housing
Granary Wharf, Leeds: ISIS Waterside Regeneration (Muse, Igloo and the Canal & Riverside Trust)
Large (>250 unit) Developments:
Brooklands, Milton Keynes: Barratt Homes, Places for People and David Wilson Homes
Pembury Circus, Hackney, London: Peabody and Bellway Homes
The Eagle & Eagle Black, London: Mount Anvil
Royal Arsenal Riverside, London: Berkeley Homes
Accordia, Cambridge: Countryside
Woodberry Down, London: Berkeley Homes, Genesis Housing Association and Hackney council
Bath Western Riverside, Bath: Crest Nicholson
Packington Estate, London: Rydon, Hyde Housing and Islington council
Royal Wharf, London: Ballymore and Oxley
East Village, London: Delancey and Qatari Diar
Laurieston Living, Glasgow: New Gorbals Housing Association, Urban Union and Glasgow City Council