Rose has been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious 2020 Housebuilder Awards.
The Manningtree-headquartered company has been announced as a finalist in the best design for three storeys or fewer category for their Queens Drive development in Woodbridge.
Alex Leader, head of sales and marketing at Rose, comments; ‘We are delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist at this year’s awards especially as they are one of the most sought after in the industry. This recognition helps to reinforce our commitment to quality and design.’
Queens Drive is a collection of thirty-two new and converted homes set in the heart of Woodbridge. The design and layout reflect all that is great about traditional design and detailing. The material palette is in keeping with this concept, reinforced by a relatively low housing density and a heavily landscaped layout.
The Housebuilder Award supported by HBF and NHBC, are now in their 16th year and are geared to reward innovation and excellence. These are the industry’s own awards and recognise those in the industry who are improving quality, design, efficiency and customer care in housebuilding.
Rose have been selected alongside eight other nationally recognised builders/developers and are the only one selected from the East of England. The winner will be revealed at a virtual presentation on Thursday 3rd December, which will bring the industry together online and showcase the best of the best in what has been a completely unprecedented year.
Rose first started building new homes in the 1890s and the original values of quality, integrity, trust and care are as true today as they were then. They blend traditional craftmanship with modern design and the latest technology to deliver new homes that are built with care.