Southwold: ‘Brownfield’ award for Hopkins Homes’ Tibby’s Triangle scheme
Hopkins Homes, East Anglia’s largest independent house builder has been awarded gold for Best Brownfield Development for their Tibby’s Triangle scheme in Southwold, Suffolk at the national What House? Awards 2011 at a gala ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
James Hopkins, executive chairman of Hopkins Homes said: “I am so delighted that Hopkins Homes continues to thrive and go from strength to strength; winning awards and competing against the very best. The What House? Awards are the industry’s most prestigious and widely recognised award in Britain and to win Gold is a fantastic achievement and demonstrates the commitment that everyone at Hopkins Homes has to achieving the very highest of standards in everything we do.”
In the judge’s report for Best Brownfield Development, they said: “The development is successful on two levels; in its integration with the historic grain of the town and in its rich aesthetic; combining the traditional vocabulary of the town’s historic housing in the choice of materials with cutting-edge modern detailing”.
They added: “Hopkins Homes have created a very special place, demonstrating that 21st-century development can enrich even the most sensitive historic environments”.
Hopkins Homes currently offer 13 exquisite developments throughout the East of England with a choice of town, village and city locations.
For further information on any of their developments please visit www.hopkinshomes.co.uk.