The University has high ambitions and aspirations for the development.

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Awards

Our team is immensely proud to be working to deliver this new part of Cambridge and we hope that the industry will also recognise the work that is being undertaken to make this urban extension an exemplarly scheme.

Below is a list of the awards that the development has won to date.

Masterplanning

Design

Planning

  • Planning Awards 2015: Planning for Housing Growth for schemes of 1250 homes or more (Winner)
  • Planning Awards 2016: Stakeholder engagement in planning (Finalist)
  • RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence 2016: Planning to Deliver Housing (Finalist)
  • RTPI East of England Awards 2016: Regional Award for Planning Excellence (Highly Commended)
  • RICS East Awards 2018: Residential (Winner)
  • RICS East Awards 2018: Project of the Year (Winner)
  • Planning Awards 2018: Planning for Affordable Housing (Winner)
  • Planning Awards 2018: Planning for the Natural Environment (Winner)
  • Planning Awards 2018: Editor’s Choice (Winner of the best scheme overall)

Sustainability

Construction

  • Cambridge City Council Considerate Contractors Scheme Awards 2014: Work in Progress – (Winner – Skanska)
  • Cambridge Construction and Design Awards 2016: University of Cambridge Primary School (Highly Commended)
  • Considerate Constructors Scheme 2016: Graham for Lot 5 and Skanska for SWIC and Madingley Road Junction – (Bronze and Silver awards)
  • Considerate Constructors Scheme 2018: Wates for Lot 2, Farrans for Lot 7 and RG Carter for Lot 8 (Nominated)
  • Brick Awards 2016: Education category: University of Cambridge Primary School (Finalist)
  • Brick Awards 2017: Large Housing Development category: Swirles Court (Shortlisted)
  • Brick Awards 2018: Public category: Storey’s Field Centre and Eddington Nursery by MUMA (Winner)
  • Brick Awards 2018: Outdoor space category: Storey’s Field Centre and Eddington Nursery by MUMA (Winner)
  • Brick Awards 2018: Specialist Brickwork Contractor: Anglian Brickwork Ltd for their work on Storey’s Field Centre and Eddington Nursery by MUMA (Winner)
  • Brick Awards 2018: Supreme Winner: Storey’s Field Centre and Eddington Nursery by MUMA (Winner)
  • Structural Steel 2016: University of Cambridge Primary School (Finalist)
  • Building Awards 2016: Client of the Year (Finalist)
  • Cambridge Design and Construction Awards 2017: Best large building: Ryle Yard, Maccreanor Lavington/Witherford Watson Mann (Winner)
  • Cambridge Design and Construction Awards 2017: Craftsmanship Award: Swirles Court, Graham Construction (Winner)
  • Cambridge Design and Construction Awards 2017: Works In Progress (Winner)
  • Wood Awards 2018: Commercial and Leisure category: Storey’s Field Centre and Eddington Nursery (Shortlisted)

Operations

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