Deanfield Homes praised at Evening Standard New Homes Awards

October 9, 2020In News2 Minutes

October 2020: Home counties based housebuilder, Deanfield Homes is celebrating its Highly Commended Award in the ‘Best Family Home’ category for its four-bedroom detached Elstow house type, at this year’s prestigious Evening Standard New Homes Awards.

Now in their 29th year, The Evening Standard New Homes Awards ceremony was unable to take place in person this year due to the pandemic, but its panel of leading industry experts were still able to recognise those housebuilders who are pushing to raise industry standards.

Across the board, the judges were looking for homes that exceed current best practice in the housebuilding market, specifically in the areas of quality of design, energy efficiency, utilisation of space and light, innovation, environmental positioning, quality of finish and value for money.

The Best Family Home category awarded homes that are positioned in a well-located attractive setting, offering an impressive sense of arrival and have imaginatively designed yet functional interiors for family living.

Peter Blades, Managing Director of Deanfield Homes comments, “We are delighted to be awarded this Highly Commended award for the Elstow at the coveted Evening Standard New Homes Awards. We pride ourselves on designing homes with the customer in mind, ensuring they are built with high quality workmanship and specification to create a home that anyone would be proud to call their own.

“Our Elstow house type has proved extremely popular with families looking for a stylish, modern home which offers flexible space for a growing family, and modern high-quality integrated appliances and luxury bathroom suites included as standard.” 

Deanfield Homes is committed to creating beautiful new homes in environments that have a real sense of place. Focusing on the areas of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire it prides itself on integrating homes into established communities that are sympathetically designed to complement their environment and local architectural styles.