The development in Lockleaze, which will be made up of 268 new, high quality homes ranging from one bed flats all the way up to four bed family houses, has made it to the finals of the Bristol Property Awards for four categories including:
- Green Initiative – which recognises companies who have delivered an eco-conscious project, that pushes the boundaries of design and ethics with consideration to environmental impact, lifecycle, sustainability and the Bristol community
- Civic Development – which highlights developments that have a real civic purpose
- Deal – to celebrate ground-breaking property deals in the Bristol area
- Residential Development – an award for stand out residential developments in the Bristol area
Stephen Baker, Managing Director, Goram Homes said:
“This is our very first project so we are delighted that the Romney House development has been recognised for its sustainability credentials and the benefit that it will bring to Bristol and Lockleaze. We worked closely with existing residents to design a brand new community park and wildlife corridor that will not only make these homes a beautiful place to live but also provide green space for everyone to enjoy.”
The event to announce the winners will be held on 12 February next year. You can find out more about the Bristol Property awards here.