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Just one week left to enter the British Homes Awards

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The deadline is looming for the British Homes Award 2015, which challenges architects to design standard house types for garden city homes

The Sunday Times British Homes Awards, run in partnership with the AJ, is calling for innovative designs for standard house types which will be built as part of a Redrow housing development.

Open to all registered architects in the UK, the competition is on the hunt for ‘forward thinking, visionary designs’ for a £200,000 three-bedroom house.

The house should be replicable as part of a volume garden city development and a layout for 20 dwellings indicating how the homes will relate to each other should be included in the submission.

The judging panel will include AJ editorial director Paul Finch, BRE chief executive Peter Bonfield, and architect Lynne Sullivan.

The awards are also calling for entries in the categories which honour built work including best one-off house or extension, apartment building, mixed-use development, and refurbishment project.

The winners will be announced at a lunch at the London Marriott in Grosvenor Square on 16 October.

The winning schemes will go on display at the Building Centre and be featured in both the AJ and the Sunday Times.

A full list of the award categories and further information on how to enter can be found, here. Deadline for entries is 10 July.

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