Cruden Homes (East) and Queensberry Properties, Cruden’s joint venture with Buccleuch Property, were both on the winner's podium at the Scottish Home Awards last night at the Corn Exchange in Edinburgh. With a record 68 housebuilding companies entering the event, the glittering awards ceremony saw almost 600 guests in attendance.
The awards recognise the best house builders in Scotland, with 18 winners revealed at Scotland’s largest independent awards competition. The Scottish Home Awards created a meticulous judging panel to include the country’s leading housing experts. The awards highlight excellence in new homes creation over the last year with focus on design, marketing and customer care across the industry.
Hazel Davies, Sales & Marketing Director of Cruden Homes (East) Ltd said ‘We are absolutely thrilled to receive this accolade for The Moray at Royal Park View in Stirling. This house style has been phenomenally popular with buyers on account of it’s well considered layout and impressive specification. All Morays on the development sold out in record time and we’ve been so delighted with customer feedback that we’re now looking at rolling this house type out over a number of other forthcoming developments.’
'I am also delighted for Queensberry that Hydro Gardens has been recognised as the winner of the Small Development of the Year. The setting for this development is so unique and we were acutely aware from the outset that a design and material selection sympathetic to the surroundings would be key. There’s no other new build development quite like Hydro Gardens and many of our customers have commented on how rare it is to achieve the aesthetic of a traditional period property, with all the benefits of a new build. We are really thrilled that these qualities were acknowledged by the judging panel'.
Image shows Cruden Homes (East) Sales & Marketing Director, Hazel Davies, receiving one of the awards (photo credit Gerardo Jaconelli).Back to Latest News