PRP wins two Housing Design Awards
Against some fierce competition, two PRP-designed schemes have been crowned winners at the 2020 Housing Design Awards.
For the first time in the Housing Design Awards’ 72-year history, the ceremony was virtual. Entries were filmed by drone aircraft and interviews with residents were carried out online.
Grants Hill Court, a stunning affordable housing scheme, which provides independent living in Uckfield, was honoured with a HAPPI completed award. This takes PRP’s tally in the HAPPI category to an unrivalled ten awards since the category's inception in 2010.
The Urban House in Kidbrooke Village, a new concept in housing design which provides high-quality, low-rise housing in a suburban setting, won the Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) project award.
The full list of winning schemes is available on the Housing Design Awards website.
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