Barratt Homes has been crowned trade body Homes for Scotland’s Home Builder of the Year at the organisation’s largest ever ceremony.
The awards, held in Edinburgh and presented by comedian and actor Tim Vine, recognise the achievements of those involved in delivering homes across Scotland. Barratt scooped the top honour as the result of its strong showing in three categories, customer focus and commitment to Scotland. Judges were also impressed with the pride and passion demonstrated by senior management during a comprehensive interview.
Kareen Davidson, Chair of the independent judging panel for a second consecutive year and former Sales & Marketing Director at Bett Homes, said: “With the rigorous judging process which is in place ensuring that Homes for Scotland awards are very much worth winning, I have been delighted to see the quality of entries increase year-on-year.
“All of the finalists were strong contenders in their own right and all are therefore extremely worthy of recognition. This was reinforced by the judging process involving site inspections in the development categories, the introduction of interviews in the Supporting Organisation category and the need to demonstrate how the needs of a modern day family are met in the Home of the Year category.
“Judging the awards has been a tough but rewarding job and we congratulate everyone who entered for their commitment and showcasing their achievements in helping to ensure we are building enough homes for Scotland.”
Other award winners included Stewart Milne Homes Central Scotland who scooped the Private Development of the Year – Large (100+ units) category for its Earl’s Troon development and CALA Homes (East) who won Private Development of the Year – Medium (26-99 units) for Kinleith Mill in Edinburgh. Private Development of the Year – Small (up to 25 units) went to Whiteburn Projects for Parkview Phase 3 in Dundee and Family Home of the Year was won by Miller Homes for The Yeats.
A full breakdown of winners can be found here.