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Design awards

2016 Breckland Design Awards
Winner Excellent Design and High level of Environmental Performance of an Individual Dwelling Award: Lime Tree Passivhaus

2016 Passivhaus Trust Awards
Short-listed Finalist, Rural Category: Swaffham Passivhaus

2016 LABC East Anglian Building Excellence Awards
Award Winner Best Individual New Home: Lime Tree Passivhaus, Swaffham

2014 Passivhaus Trust Awards
Winner Architectural Design Award: Burnham Overy Staithe, Terrace of Three Passivhaus Dwellings

2014 Green Apple Awards
Gold award in Built Environment & Architectural Heritage : Four straw bale-insulated dwellings, High Ongar

2014 LABC East Anglian Building Excellence Awards
Award Winner Best Social or Affordable Housing Project: Four straw bale-insulated dwellings, High Ongar

2013 Fenland Design Awards
Overall Winner, and Best Domestic Extension - Extension to a riverside house, Wisbech

2013 Passivhaus Trust Awards
Short-listed Social Housing Award, Ditchingham Passivhaus development

2013 LABC Building Excellence Awards
Award Winner Best Social or Affordable Housing Project, Finalist Best Sustainable Project, Finalist Best Partnership with a Local Authority: 14 Dwellings, Hollow Hill Road, Ditchingham, Norfolk

2012 King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award
Winner, Design Category: Small Scale Multiple New Build. Project: Affordable Housing, Brancaster Staithe

2012 South Norfolk Council Design Awards
Award Winner, New Building Category: 14 Dwellings, Hollow Hill Road, Ditchingham, Norfolk

2012 Green Apple Awards
Gold award in Environmental Best Practice : Passivhaus Development, Tye Green, Wimbish

2012 UK Passivhaus Trust Awards
Winner Residential Category - Passivhaus Development, Tye Green, Wimbish    Press Release

RIBA Eastern Region Awards 2012
Shortlisted - 14 Passivhaus Dwellings, Wimbish

Sustainable Housing Awards 2011
Small residential under 25 units, Finalist 

King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award 2011
Winner, Design Category: Small Scale Multiple New Build. Project: Flats, Lady Jane Grey Road, Kings Lynn

King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award 2011
Highly Commended, Design Category: Small Scale Multiple New Build : Pair of Farm Cottages near Downham Market

Greenbuild Awards 2012
Domestic New Build Finalist: Passivhaus development, Tye Green, Wimbish

King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award (2009)
Design Category: Best Residential New Build. Project: 10 Dwellings, Sedgeford 

King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award (2009) 
Design Category: Overall Winner Project: 10 Dwellings, Sedgeford

LABC ‘Built in Quality' Awards Eastern Region (2009) 
Best Social Housing Scheme. Project: 10 Dwellings, Sedgeford

LABC 'Built in Quality' Award (2008) 
Design Category: Best Housing or Residential Development. 
Project: Residential Flats in Kings Lynn.

King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award (2006)
Design Category: Domestic Extension (Commendation).
Project: The Lodge in Barton Bendish.

King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award (2000)
Design Category: Domestic Extension. Project: The Royal Station in Wolferton.

King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award (2000)
Design Category: Commercial Building
Project: The Philip Cousins Workshop in Downham Market.

Breckland District Council: Ian Howard Award (2000)
Project: Barn Conversion, Oxborough. Principal Designer: Malcolm Whittley.

King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council: Mayor's Award (1999)
Design Category: New Housing
Project: Buttlands Lane Cottages and Hyde House in Barton Bendish.

Breckland District Council: Ian Howard Award (1997)
Project: Church Conversion, Hardingham. Principal Designer: Malcolm Whittley