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Architects and housebuilders have been praised in a competition for the best new housing. Best one-off house was judged to be one in Liverpool by Anne Thorne Architects, with Robert Adam Architects and Brian Sutherland being commended. Best standard house award went to Greg Meier and Paul Hamilton for a flint-faced design for Charles Church Developments. Goddard Manton Partnership scooped best apartment building for its scheme on Riverside Court, Pierhead Lock, Isle of Dogs. In the same location was Copthorn Homes for Delta Building, designed by Stock Woolstencroft, which won best use of brownfield site. Best restoration and conversion went to Richard Burbidge Mansions at Harrods Village, for Berkeley Homes by Howell Smith Partnership. Other National Home Builder Design Award winners, sponsored by Elf at Home and the Guardian, were Piers Gough, Norman & Dawbarn, Chassay + Last Architects. Integer House by Cole Thompson Architects with Bree Day Partnership and Paul Hodgkins Associates won best ecological development.

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