Shortlisted projects and companies in the South Yorkshire and Humber Building Excellence Awards 2012 have been revealed.
The exclusive awards are open to builders and developers who carry out projects completed in 2011 in North Lincolnshire, Doncaster, Sheffield, Rotherham, Hull and Barnsley.
The awards recognise excellence in building and high standards of workmanship. There are 11 categories and building projects can range from small domestic extensions through to large-scale commercial buildings.
Award categories are:
Best Individual House
Best Small Housing Development two to 10 Units
Best Large Housing Development 11 units or more
Best Social or Affordable Housing Development
Best Community Project
Best Domestic Project
Best Commercial Building up to £1 million
Best Commercial Building over £1 million
Best Sustainable Project
Best Restoration and Conversion
Best Partnership with a Local Authority
All the nominations are endorsed by council building control surveyors in the South Yorkshire and Humber area for developments that comply with building regulations and demonstrate high standards of workmanship.
North Lincolnshire has six shortlisted entries in the Awards two of which are in Scunthorpe & neighbouring Yaddlethorpe which are;
North Lincolnshire Council in the Best Community Project for The Pods, Ashby Road, Scunthorpe.
Cllr Nigel Sherwood, cabinet member for Highways and Neighbourhoods at North Lincolnshire Council, said:
"I’d like to wish all of North Lincolnshire’s shortlisted entrants the very best of luck. To have six finalists really speaks volumes for the quality of workmanship and the quality of builds in North Lincolnshire.”
The remaining four within North Linconlshire are;
Mr and Mrs Manaley are hoping to win their category of Best Individual House for Endell Drive, Kirton Lindsey.
Keigar Homes Ltd for the Best Small Housing Development 2-10 Units with The Orchards, Thorn Lane, Goxhill.
C R Parrott Consultants Ltd are shortlisted for the Best Local Authority Partnership category.
Mr and Mrs Asquith in the Best Commercial Building up to £1 million for the restoration of The Old Mill, Melton Ross Road, Barnetby Le Wold.
The Building Excellence Awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 19 April 2012, at Forest Pines near Scunthorpe.
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