At the Housebuilder Awards 2020, we’re extremely proud to have been announced as Medium Housebuilder of the Year. This is the second time in three years we have been able to achieve this award, and is another incredible accolade to add to our collection. Our partnership with Women into Construction also won the Training or Recruitment Initiative Award, while Motion in Leyton was highly commended in the Best Design Four Storeys or More category.
We were named WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year at the 2020 WhatHouse? Awards. Largely known as the Oscars of the Housebuilding industry, we were extremely proud to hold this highly-regarded accolade for the second time in five years. We were also awarded Gold for Best Medium Housebuilder, Gold for Best Development at Mosaics in Oxford, Silver for Best Partnership at Motion and Silver for Best Regeneration at Fish Island Village.
We came away with four accolades at the Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2020, with Fish Island Village gaining the esteemed accolade of Grand Prix Winner. Fish Island Village also won Best Large Development and was highly commended for Best Regeneration, while Athena, our sustainable development in Cambridge, won the Development of Outstanding Architectural Merit award.
We are thrilled that four members of Team Hill have been awarded with NHBC Pride in The Job Quality Awards. Congratulations to Stuart Jones, Senior Site Manager at Ironworks in Cambridge, Paul Morgan, Project Manager at Newington Gate in Hackney, Stephen Pinner, Project Manager at Remix Helix in Harlesden, and Darren Russell, Senior Site Manager at Trinity House in Cambridge.
At the WhatHouse? Awards 2019, Hill was named Best Medium Housebuilder (Silver). Athena achieved Gold for Best Sustainable Development, Silver for Best Development and Silver for Best House (The Avenue). Fish Island Village was also awarded Bronze for Best Partnership.
Fish Island Village was highly commended for Best Marketing Initiative, The Avenue at Athena was highly commended for Best Design Three Storeys or Fewer and our Management Trainee Programme was highly commended for Best Training or Recruitment Initiative at the Housebuilder Awards 2019.
Agar Grove was awarded the Sustainability Prize and announced as the Overall Winner
Athena was the winner of the Eco Living Award and Fish Island Village was highly commended for Best First Time Buyer Home
Agar Grove won The Mayor’s Award for Sustainable and Environmental Planning and The Mayor’s Award for Good Growth
Dan Bandy, senior site manager at Athena, was awarded a Pride in the Job Seal of Excellence and Regional Multi-Storey award. Nigel Whebby, project manager at Ninewells, also won a Pride in the Job Quality award
Hill was announced as the Developer of the Year for the third year in a row and Athena won the Large Development of the Year
The Scene received its 12th award, making it the Hill development with the most accolades to its name.
Hill was the winner (Gold) of the Best Medium Housebuilder award. Woodside Square was awarded the Best Development (Silver) and Best House (Bronze) and Ninewells won Best Public Realm (Bronze).
Hill was announced as Large Housebuilder of the Year and Woodside Square won Best Design for Three Storeys or Fewer
Fish Island Village was the winner of Best New development in the South and Best Architectural Design.
New Union Wharf, Blackwall Reach Phase 1B and Ninewells were all recipients of the Considerate Constructor Scheme National Site Award.
Paul Morgan, project manager in the London region and Nigel Whebby, project manager in the Eastern region were both recipients of the Quality Award. Billy More, senior site manager at Agar Grove in London, was awarded a Seal of Excellence and a Quality Award.
Hill was the winner (Silver) of the Best Medium Housebuilder award. Woodside Square was the winner (Silver) for the Best Retirement Development, and Anstey Hall Barns was the winner (Silver) for the Best Renovation.
The Scene was given the Outstanding Contribution to the Regeneration of Walthamstow Town centre award.
The Scene was the winner of Best Town Centre Project.
Virido was the winner of the Eco-Living Award.
Richard Wilkins, senior site manager and Tom Hill, then project manager, both received a Pride in the Job Quality Award.
The Scene was the winner of the Mixed Use award.
Hill was the winner (Silver) of the Best Medium Housebuilder Award. Ninewells was the winner (Gold) of the Best Development award and the winner (Gold) of the Best House award. Ilan Square was named the winner (Silver) for Best Partnership and winner (Silver) for Best Exterior Design.
The Avenue was named National Winner, and it was also the winner at the RIBA Awards East.
Ilan Square was the winner of the Affordable Housing Development Award
The Scene was the winner of the London Sustainable Development Commission Award for Sustainable Higher Density
Ninewells was names as the winner of the Best Out of London Home Award
Hill was named Housebuilder of the Year, and was also the winner (Gold) of the Best Medium House Builder Award. The Scene was the winner (Gold) of the Best development Award, the Best Brownfield Development award (Gold) and Best Partnership award (Silver). The Virido Concept Houses were the winners (Silver) of the Best Sustainable Development award.
243 Ealing Road was the winner of the Joint Venture Development of the Year.
The Scene was named Overall Winner, and was also the winner of the Best Regeneration Project award.
Cain Peters, then project manager, was awarded with a NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award.
243 Ealing Road was the recipient of the Best First Time Buyer Home award, and the Virido Concept Houses were recipients of the Eco-Living Award.