Civic Trust National Award for Silchester 09.03.18

Silchester, our housing scheme in west London, has won one of 18 National Civic Trust Awards at an awards Ceremony in Manchester. These awards are given to projects which make an outstanding contribution to the quality and appearance of the built environment. The awards judges commented that Silchester is a "fine example of new social architecture. The accommodation tenure mix has been well integrated with great sensitivity".

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