LABC Building Excellence Awards 2022 winner: Best Individual New Home

Press Release

More than 850 leading construction industry figures attended the LABC Building Excellence Awards at the Westminster Park Plaza Hotel to celebrate best practice, quality, and exemplary standards in construction.

The LABC Building Excellence Awards focus on professional skills and competence, as well as projects, with categories for ‘People’ and ‘Places.’

A panel of industry experts judged a selection of the highest quality projects and teams from around England and Wales to showcase solutions to complex technical or construction issues, site constraints and technical innovation. The awards highlight the vital contribution public sector building control teams make as part of the project team, ensuring safe, sustainable, and high-quality construction projects. 

LABC is delighted to announce that the winner of the Best Individual New Home is The Darralls, Seend in Wiltshire.

The Darralls is a stunning example of innovation in an individual home. Great care was taken throughout to minimise embodied carbon and toxicity in the build, and the house and landscape were designed to the highest levels of biodiversification within a historic farmland setting. An outstanding example of what can be achieved as we move towards net zero, with excellent collaboration between the Wiltshire Council building control team and Artel31, the Design and Build company.

Congratulating the team, Lorna Stimpson, LABC Chief Executive said,

These awards reflect LABC’s new focus on skills, quality and competency and showcase the best in construction from a technical compliance perspective. 


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