Macbryde Homes shortlisted for prestigious property industry award
Macbryde Homes is thrilled to announce its Westmount Park development on the Wirral Peninsula has been shortlisted for a prestigious North West LABC Building Excellence Award.
Westmount Park on sought-after Vyner Road South in Bidston is an exclusive development of just 12 four-bedroom detached homes and has been shortlisted in the Best Small New Housing Development category at the awards.
Recognising outstanding quality in all types of building project, the awards specifically look at excellence in building regulation compliance; outstanding craftsmanship; technical innovation; sustainability, and effective working with LABC surveyors.
Stuart Andrew, Design Manger at Macbryde Homes, said: “We pride ourselves on the quality of our craftsmanship, the superior quality of the materials we use and our commitment to combining traditional methods of build with the very latest technology so that we develop exceptional homes. It is, therefore, incredibly gratifying to be recognised in this way.
“Local Authority Building Control (LABC) represents all local authority building control teams in England and Wales and thus, is THE authority on buildings which are safe, healthy and efficient. Whatever the outcome at the final, it is reassuring to know that the values that we hold in such high regard at Macbryde Homes are also being recognised by the very best in the industry.”
The North West LABC Building Excellence Award winners will be announced at an award ceremony to be held at the Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Club on Friday 19th May 2017.
Westmount Park, part of the exclusive Macbryde Homes Signature Collection, is set within idyllic surroundings close to Wirral Ladies’ Golf Club, the Royal Birkdale and Royal Liverpool.
All homes at Westmount Park were developed with energy-efficient central heating, sleek designer bathrooms, en suites and cloakrooms equipped with Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware and stylish, contemporary Nobilia kitchens with integrated appliances.
Demand has proven high for the collection of new homes, and all properties have now been sold.