The best new homes in Britain have been named in the Daily Telegraph’s Homebuilding and Renovating Awards 2011.
The newspaper’s annual award takes place to search for Britain’s best home makers and it commends people who have converted their home, created an extension on the existing building or produced a complete self-build.
It recognises the achievements of self-builders, renovators and barn converters across Britain. And the lucky winners have finally been announced!
Jason Orme, editor of Homebuilding & Renovating magazine, and one of the three judges, said: “It’s the 19th year these awards have been running and each time, the stories we unearth manage to top the stories from the previous year.”
The categories included;
– Traditional Self Build
– Residential Design
– Eco House
– Value for Money
– Overall Winner
The various awards recognise projects that improve old homes to bring them up-to-date; distinguish self-built or renovated homes that have gone beyond the minimum and achieved exemplary energy-efficiency standards; and find the best one-off home that has been self-built in a contemporary style.
The people of the projects that triumphed in the self-build awards can now hire Robinsons removals UK services and move into their fabulous new homes.
Many of the builders transformed ugly derelict houses into sleek contemporary homes to sell on. One man from Norfolk earned the “Value for Money” accolade because he spent £150,000 building a four-bedroom house which now has a market value of £400,000.
So if you fancy buying one of the renovated buildings, contact Robinsons International to move all your belongings into the home.