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Housing design awards

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Housing Design Awards are the world's most enduring programme of rewarding excellence in new homes. They have been a chronicle of housing innovation and excellence over six decades, recording the UK's first residential tower, its new towns, the resurgence of vernacular, the birth of urban regeneration and sustainable design. They are genuinely cross industry with the support of the key professional institutes, government and its design, regeneration, funding and regulatory bodies. The development team behind 60 shortlisted schemes - developer, planning authority, contractor and architect - are invited to attend Inigo Jones' Banqueting House for a lunchtime ceremony on 3rd July. Winners are recognised as a team.

Housing Design Awards are promoted by Communities and Local Government in partnership with NHBC, the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Royal Town Planning Institute. Special awards are made in association with the national regeneration agency English Partnerships, affordable housing regulator and funder Housing Corporation and CABE, the governmental design champion.

For more information and to download the entry form visit:

http://www.designforhomes.org/hda/howtoenter.html

The deadline for entries is 14th March 2008.

Please contact the administration team with any questions:

0870 890 2888
info@hdawards.org

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