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Posted On: 09-07-2024
Posted In: Housing

To date Mid Devon District Council and its two projects at Shapland Place, Tiverton and St Andrews, Cullompton have been shortlisted in a combined total of 19 categories from 7 different awards organisers.

These nominations highlight the Council's commitment to excellence in construction, sustainability, and providing homes for residents. The recognition also showcases the Council's strategic partnership with ZedPods, emphasising their shared commitment to environmental and social governance.

The Council has been shortlisted in a record total of six categories at the Constructing Excellence (SW) Awards 2024. The award ceremony is scheduled for 18 July, where the Council will compete in the following categories:

Adding to this impressive list, the St Andrews development has been recently shortlisted for three categories in the Inside Housing Development Awards 2024, which will take place on 27 September. These nominations underscore the project's impact and innovation in housing development.

Furthermore, the Council has previously been recognised by other notable award bodies, including:

Councillor Simon Clist, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Housing, Assets & Property, said:

"We are thrilled to see our projects receive such significant recognition across multiple award platforms. These nominations are a testament to the hard work and innovative spirit of our team and partners.
“We remain dedicated to creating sustainable, high-quality housing that meets the needs of our community - addressing the need for social rented and suitably affordable homes in our district.”

Tom Northway, Chairman of Zed Pods, said:

“I want to congratulate Mid Devon District Council for these recognitions, which are a testimony of our partnership to deliver much needed homes. They have been working with our in-house design, planning and operations team to deliver zero-carbon, affordable homes on constrained brownfield sites across the district. Together, we are changing people’s lives for the better and helping both the local economy and local community”

For more information about council housing developments, visit the Mid Devon Housing Development Hub.