Huddersfield-based architects shortlisted for major North West property awards

A Huddersfield-based firm has been shortlisted for the Insider North West Residential Property Awards 2021.

Fibre Architects, based near Edgerton were responsible for creating the ‘Williamson Gardens’ Project in Reddish, Stockport. The project has been shortlisted for the “Small Housing Development of the Year” category along with 6 other developments in the North West Region.

The awards ceremony, which is due to take place on the 15th July, will include a high profile gala dinner at the Manchester Central venue. This year’s event is set to be a “celebration of the strength and resilience” of the sector, despite the recent challenges of Covid-19.

The project – Williamson Gardens – is a small development of 6 high-quality affordable homes, which has been cleverly designed and built on a previously brownfield triangular site in Reddish. The site boasts communal gardens, dedicated individual cycle storage and a cantilevered canopy running at the front of each home protecting front entrances.

The homes all sold immediately just after completion, highlighting the desirability and attraction of this unique project.

The Insider North West Residential Property Awards launched in 2016 to celebrate the achievements of the region’s residential property sector. The annual event is usually held in January, but has been delayed until July this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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