Miller Homes has taken the top spot at Homes for Scotland’s annual awards, with the organisation scooping Home Builder of the Year at the trade body’s largest ever ceremony, held in Edinburgh on 25 May 2018.
Presented by comedian Jo Caulfield, the awards showcase the high-quality work that Scotland’s home building industry produces, with stringent judging criteria ensuring the programme’s rigour and robustness.
Miller was crowned Home Builder of the Year as a result of its shortlisting for three different projects, going on to win an award for innovation for its online home purchasing tool and picking up a commendation in the Private Development category for Ashludie Grange in Monifieth. Judges also noted the commitment and enthusiasm demonstrated by the Miller team during the site visit and interview stage.
Andy Mitchell, Chair of the independent judging panel and former Land Director at CALA Homes, said:
“My fellow judges and I were hugely impressed by the standard of entries this year, with the shortlisted submissions really brought to life by the people behind them – whether that be the site managers, graduates or apprentices that greeted us during the visits to the shortlisted developments or the senior management teams who demonstrated such passion during interview.
“With the pride and professionalism of all involved so evident, the bar was set to the highest level, and all those on the shortlist were within touching distance of an award. I therefore congratulate all of this year’s finalists and celebrate their achievements in working to ensure that Scotland has more of the homes it desperately needs right across the country.”
A full list of winners can be accessed here.