West Place Court Wins Residential Development of the Year!

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We are delighted to see that our clients Wynbrook have beaten
30+ entries to win Residential Development of the Year at the 2019 East
Midlands Brick Awards with our West Place Court scheme.

Property and construction professionals gathered at Trent
Bridge County Cricket Ground to recognise and celebrate those behind the
changing landscape of our region and reward the very best companies, teams and
individuals.  The event was a prime
opportunity to showcase the outstanding work carried out across the East
Midlands over the past year and network with many of the region’s industry

Wynbrook are therefore delighted to have won ‘Residential
Development of the Year’ for their West Place Court project located in West
Bridgford, Nottingham.  The development,
tucked away amongst the Victorian house filled streets, is another beautiful
residential development by the quality house builder Wynbrook.  The site was originally occupied by several long-standing
small light industrial units, working within tight site restrictions, Wynbrook
has demolished these units and created a delightful, small community consisting
of eight new eco-friendly contemporary residences (two detached bungalows and
six 2 and 3-bedroom semi-detached homes) set in an early 1900’s walled
courtyard.  The development is securely
gated and features a small frontage area for resident and visitor parking with
an attractive entrance area featuring planted borders perfectly framed with capped
low walls and access pathways complimented with subtle night time lighting.

Accepting the award for Wynbrook, Business Development
Manager, Karen Watson commented ‘It’s superb to receive this award for a
development which is true to Wynbrook’s ideology to build beautiful, quality
and niche homes that create a sense of community and fit into their
surroundings perfectly.  

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