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Story Homes wins at UK Property Awards

November 2014

Story Homes has won a Best Development gong at the prestigious UK Property Awards.

The developer won ‘Best Development Lancashire’ for High Wood in Lancaster at a glittering awards ceremony held at the Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square in London last week.

Story Homes is rapidly growing its North West business with plans submitted for developments in Kirkham and Wrea Green in Lancashire. It also owns the former Camelot theme park site.

Due to its expansion in the region the company is currently looking for suitable office premises to set up a North West base.

Steve Errington, Chief Executive of Story Homes, said: “We are thrilled to have won in these industry awards.

“The UK Property Awards recognise excellence across the board and to win the award for Best Development in Lancashire is a very high accolade and recognition of our achievements in developing high-quality homes.

“We are currently building our operations across the North West and so to be recognised for our excellence in this region is especially significant.

“At Story Homes we have hard-working and dedicated staff who follow our fundamental company aims of achieving the best quality house building in the areas in which people want to live.

“Our company values of quality extend into all areas of our business from a customer’s first contact with Story Homes on our website, through to the finishing touches on their new house.”

Built on the former Lancaster Moor Hospital site, High Wood in Lancaster is a development of 197 new-build houses.  It is a sustainable community of three, four and five bedroom homes with a mixture of detached, semi-detached, terraced and town houses; designed and finished with a mix of natural stone, render and brick.

Story Homes worked closely with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to make the development on Quernmore Road possible. The development also features outdoor space and new footpaths and cycle ways linking to existing networks.

For more information on High Wood click here.