Annual Awards

Following deliberation by our independent judging panel, the shortlisted nominees for the 2017 HFS awards were announced on 23 March as follows:

Private Development of the Year - Large
 (100+ units)

Barratt Homes
Ness Castle, Inverness 

Persimmon Homes East Scotland
Melrose Gait, Galashiels

Springfield Properties
Meadow Lea, Narin

Stewart Milne Homes Central Scotland
Earl's Green, Troon

award sponsored by


Private Development of the Year - Medium
(26-99 units)

Barratt Homes 
Burnside @ Riverside Quarter, Aberdeen

CALA Homes (East)
Kinleith Mill, Edinburgh

CCG (Scotland)
The Schoolhouse, Edinburgh

Cruden Homes West
King's View, Glasgow

Places for People / EMA Architecture + Design
Urban Eden, Edinburgh
award sponsored by

Private Development of the Year - Small

(up to 25 units)

Mactaggart & Mickel Homes
Lockhart Woods, Edinburgh 

Whiteburn Projects
Parkview Phase 3, Dundee 

award sponsored by

Affordable Housing Development
of the Year

Cruden Building & Renewals / Loretto Housing Association (part of the Wheatley Group)
Eriboll Crescent, Glasgow

Link Group
MacVicar Court, Oban

Lovell Partnerships / West Lothian Council 
Housing for Older People, Broxburn

Places for People
Niddrie Mill Primary School, Edinburgh

Springfield Properties
Springfield Milton of Campsie, East Dunbartonshire
award sponsored by

Family Home of the Year

Barratt Homes
The Balmoral

Cruden Homes West
The Oak

Miller Homes
The Yeats

Springfield Properties
The Culbin

award sponsored by

Supporting Organisation of the Year

Geddes Consulting

Registers of Scotland

award sponsored by



All winners will be announced at our Annual Lunch at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on Friday 12 May 2017.  Places are now limited, with over 1,100 senior industry representatives and their guests already confirmed to attend.  Click here for further details.



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