2021 Yorkshire Residential Property Awards winners revealed

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This house near Oxenhope designed by architects Bramhall Blenkharn Leonard won the award for best design

A new developer specializing in Passivhaus construction and a small but powerful architectural firm were among the winners of the 2021 Yorkshire Residential Property Awards. The event, hosted by Variety, the children’s charity, was held in New Dock Hall, Leeds, with David Flatman, sports expert and former rugby union player, as a friend.

The 2020 prices had to be canceled due to the pandemic, so the registration deadline extended over a longer period to accommodate projects completed earlier so that no individual or company misses due to Covid. This extremely enjoyable evening proved that the region’s real estate industry is rich in innovation, talent, expertise and this essential ingredient for success in these difficult times: resilience.

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The best in the business were recognized and, just as importantly, the awards night also helped Variety raise money for individual grants for Yorkshire children who need wheelchairs and specialized equipment that are not available. not available on the NHS.

Ian Ruthven, Managing Director of Barratt Developments West Yorkshire won the Real Estate Personality of the Year award

The Yorkshire Residential Property Awards sponsors for this year’s event were: Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP; Walker Morris LLP; The Yorkshire Post; DS.Emotion; Edouard Architecture; Hampshire Trusted Bank; Pegasus Planning Group Ltd; Manning Stainton; CEG and SCP. The winners and finalists are as follows:

* Real estate personality of the year was awarded to Ian Ruthven, Managing Director of Development at Yorkshire West. * The price of the rising star went to Will Newett of Wetherby-based Newett Homes. * Best Residential Planning Consultant was Lichfields. The finalists were Johnson Mowat and ID Planning.

* Offer of the year went to CEG for Oughtibridge Mills on the 110 acre Oughtibridge Mill estate. The finalist was Yorkshire Land for 37 acres of virgin land for residential development in Penistone and Barratt & David Wilson Homes, Sky-House. * The ESG award for sustainability / societal impact went to supportive accommodation at Don Robins House and Regent Lodge, Leeds, by Brewster Bye Architects, St Georges Crypt, Leeds City Council and Vistry Partnerships. The finalists were The Green Building Store, Huddersfield and Pure Haus passive houses in Oakenshaw.

*Best grand development of the year (Over 25 units) has been awarded to The Motor Works, Cononley, a factory conversion and new homes by Candelisa Ltd. The finalists were Thorpe Park by Redrow and Kelham Central by Citu Developments. *Best small development (25 units and under) went to Pure Acre Park and Pure Meadows by Pure Haus for their Passivhaus green development in Oakenshaw. The finalists were Don Robins House and Regent Lodge, Leeds and Advent Developments.

The Blenkin and Co. team won the award for best small real estate agency

*Best Design Project of the Year went to Bramhall Blenkharn Leonard Architects for Leeming House near Oxenhope which is a stunning newly built house. The finalists were Waverley phase one, near Sheffield, by SkyHouse and Hudson Quarter, York, a mixed-use development by Fuse Studios. *Best Residential Developer of the Year was won by Citu Group Developments Ltd for the Climate Innovation District in Leeds and Little Kelham in Leeds, which are both revolutionary in terms of design, use of materials and energy efficiency and designed to create a sense of community . The finalists were Beal Homes, based in Hull, and Redrow Yorkshire.

*Best little agent of the year (three branches or less) went to York-based Blenkin & Co. for their exceptional marketing and customer-centric approach. The finalists were realtors Lister Haigh and David Phillip. *Best Grand Agent of the Year (four or more branches) went to Simon Blyth Estate Agents, which has offices in West and South Yorkshire. The finalists were realtors Richard Kendall and Dacre, Son and Hartley.

*Best designer of the year went to Bramhall Blenkharn Leonard, based in Malton. The finalists were architecture studio Citu Developments in Leeds and architecture firm Arkle Boyce in Leeds.

Charlotte Farrington, Regional Development Director for Variety, the Children’s Charity, said: “After two incredibly difficult years where our charity’s revenue streams were cut short due to fundraising events canceled due to Covid , Variety and the Yorkshire Residential Property Awards have returned in style.

The Simon Blyth team of real estate agents won the award for best large real estate agency

“We had a fantastic event with a real sense of camaraderie and I for one was very happy to be back to celebrate with friends and colleagues. Variety will forever be grateful to the residents of the Yorkshire Residential Area for their continued support and it is because of their generosity that we are now able to call families still on our waiting list to let them know we are finally able to help. and for that, the companies that supported us at the event should be incredibly proud. “

She adds: “At Variety, we are working harder than ever to fill the gap we have.

faced due to the pandemic and we are committed to helping as many children and families as possible in our region. Our beneficiaries face and overcome much more than us

were faced and we aim to support them and make their life a little easier.

“We had a fantastic shortlist and very deserving winners this year. Yes, it was an opportunity to raise vital funds for Variety but it was also an opportunity for the residential real estate industry to come together and marvel.

to all they have accomplished in what has been a very turbulent time.

* The Yorkshire branch of Variety, the children’s charity was founded over 50 years ago to raise funds to help disabled and disadvantaged children in our region.

It hosts a number of prestigious fundraising events throughout the year, including the Yorkshire Property Awards and the Yorkshire Residential Property Awards. The funds helped buy Sunshine coaches, as well as wheelchairs and specialist equipment not available from the NHS.

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