Lovell wins Residential Project of the Year at Construction Awards for Hopton-on-Sea development

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Lovell has won the Residential Project of the Year for its Bowlers Green development at Hopton-on-Sea, built in partnership with Repton Property Developments, in the Norfolk Constructing Excellence Awards.

Held at Epic Studios on Wednesday 17th April 2024, the Norfolk Constructing Excellence Awards celebrates the best of the construction industry in Norfolk. The Residential Project of the Year category celebrates inspirational projects delivering outstanding outcomes and exemplifying the Constructing Excellence principles.

Bowlers Green is a collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms homes and 2 and 3 bedroom bungalows. It is situated at the UK’s most easterly point, between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft, and is a partnership between house builder Lovell and Norfolk County Council’s development company, Repton Property Developments.  As well as offering 140 homes on the open market, 60 shared ownership and affordable rented homes are also being built.

Simon Medler, regional managing director at Lovell in East Anglia, said: “At Lovell, we aim to deliver excellence in every project we undertake, so it is fantastic to be recognised for the incredible work that Lovell and Repton have achieved at Bowlers Green. We still have a few homes available at Bowlers Green and we know how much our existing home-owners there love life by the sea. We’re exceptionally proud of the entire team, and to be named as one of the finest in the county for construction excellence is really special.”

Lovell attended the awards ceremony with Repton Property Developments and Richard Utting Associates.

Lovell was nominated for two other categories – Delivering Value and the Integration & Collaborative Working award.

Lovell is a partnership housing expert and a leading provider of innovative and high-quality residential construction and regeneration developments across the UK, building homes, sourcing land and investing in communities.