Read more about award-winning schemes and the best of international housing design. See who won Building for Life Awards in 2009.
Described by John Prescott as 'a model of the communities we have to build', Abode combines the sense of occasion afforded by one-off houses with the economies of volume house building.
Beaufort Court in Lillie Road, West London was designed as a model of affordable housing.
This group of dwellings is set in an extremely sensitive location between Ely Cathedral and the Great Ouse River.
This high density project extends the historic character of its location to provide a dynamic urban experience in the modern idiom.
Chorlton Park has been described as a classic demonstration of value for money.
Grange View is a low-density development of houses and flats on a commercial site in the middle of the 'large village' of Henlow.
Ingress Park is a seven-year programme to build 950 homes, shops, live-work units and a new school on the south side of the River Thames about one mile east of the Dartford Crossing.
West Malling, Kent
This award winning project combines the need to meet economic objectives with that of sustainability.
Scalebor Park is situated on the edge of a village in the greenbelt, and is located between Bradford and Leeds.
Described as 'an urban village', this development aims to be a landmark in providing the intensity of city living in a suburban location.
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