The team at Fairview New Homes are celebrating after the Enfield-based developer was named as a winner at a prestigious industry awards ceremony.
Fairview scooped the prize for ‘Best out of London Home’ at the London Evening Standard’s New Homes Awards, which took place on Friday (18th May) at The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane.
Fairview was pitted against other large developers in the category and received the top prize for the Iris, a 4-bedroom townhouse built at its Apollo development in Sunbury-on-Thames. Fairview built a total of 33 homes at Apollo, a gated development of 2,3 and 4-bedroom houses. The development was built on land which was previously home to Page Aerospace, a firm which manufactured aircraft parts.
Just 8 Iris townhouses were built at the development, which was completed earlier this year and is sold out.
The Evening Standard New Homes Awards are judged by the newspaper’s readers and champion excellence in the housebuilding industry, with prizes awarded to winners in 14 categories.
Jeremy Gee, Main Board Director for Fairview, said: “We are delighted that the Iris has been named as the Best out of London Home at the Evening Standard New Homes Awards.
“We are extremely proud of every one of our homes, and this award recognises the care and attention which is put into every stage of the process by our teams.
“This award means so much to everyone at Fairview – from the land team who identified and acquired the Page Aerospace site for redevelopment, to our planning, construction and sales teams who worked so hard to design, build and sell the homes at Apollo.
“Most of all, we are pleased that we were able to take a brownfield site and turn it into an attractive development of award-winning new homes.”
Fairview’s head office is located in Lancaster Road, Enfield, and the developer is currently building new homes at 7 developments – 6 across London and 1 in Hertfordshire.