9th May 2014 - The conservation of a Grade II* 17th Century Almhouse within Petworth has been submitted for a Sussex Heritage Award for the large scale housing category.

Also the conversion of two cottages into one incorporating a modern extension has also been submitted for a Sussex Heritage Award for the small scale housing category.

11th November 2013 - The conversion of two cottages into one incorporating a modern extension wins Local Authority Building control (LABC) - Building Excellence Awards (National)

Finalist - Best domestic extension or alteration category

21st October 2013 - The conversion of two cottages into one incorporating a modern extension wins Arun District Council Conservation Awards in the following category

Winner - Extension to an existing building category
Winner - Landscape design and external works category
Highly Commended - Renovation or conversion of an existing building category

Winner of the distinctive Conservation Design Awards 2013 plaque.

The Building overall was praised for:
- The overall quality of the conversion
- The quality of materials an finishes used
- Degree of respect for the character or appearance of the existing building
-  Appropriateness of scale, setting and context
- Physical relationship with the existing building

 

28th June 2013 - The conversion of two cottages into one incorporating a modern extension wins Local Authority Building control (LABC) - Building Excellence Awards (South-East Region)

Winner - Best domestic extension or alteration category
Finalist - Best conversion category
Finalist - Most sustainable category

'Building Excellence Awards are all about the essence of good buildings. Our finalists are not judged on architectural beauty, but on the "excellence" shown from a construction and technical building control point of view.  The awards showcase buildings and design teams that have had to tussle with technical issues, difficult sites, innovative and creative solutions'.

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