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The Woodlands awarded Best Residential Development

Our Shotley Bridge development, The Woodlands, was awarded the Best Residential Development award at the inaugural Insider North East Property Awards on Thursday 4 May.

The event, which was held at the Marriott Gosforth Park and hosted by author and comedian Ian Moore, was launched to recognise the excellence of the property sector in the North East and to reward the very best property companies, developments and deals over the last 12 months. Philip Cunliffe, Insider’s regional business editor, said: “There is clearly an appetite for these awards, providing as they do a wonderful, timely opportunity not only to showcase many of the excellent companies,

Philip Cunliffe, Insider’s regional business editor, said: “There is clearly an appetite for these awards, providing as they do a wonderful, timely opportunity not only to showcase many of the excellent companies, developments and deals in the North East but also to gather the sector together for an enjoyable night of celebration.”

The Woodlands (Phase 3) at Shotley Bridge was recognised for the constraints on the site which posed a number of architectural, technical and landscape design challenges. The judges also wanted to reward the outstanding quality of the homes.

Ian Worgan, Managing Director for Story Homes in the North East, said: “The Woodlands was our first North East development which we started in 2013. Since then it has won a number of awards including a prestigious UK Property Award, LABC awards and now this award from Insider.

“We now have nine live developments across Northumberland, North Tyneside, County Durham and Teesside, with two more coming soon. It’s an exciting time for the company as we expand further into the North East and we are very pleased to see our high-quality homes recognised in this way.”

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