Praise heaped on Graylingwell Park

AWARD Naomi Cleaver, Rupert Moyne, Natalie Flint and Yvette Ruggins pick up their award from Phil Spencer (right)
AWARD Naomi Cleaver, Rupert Moyne, Natalie Flint and Yvette Ruggins pick up their award from Phil Spencer (right)
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A HOUSING development in Chichester has scooped a highly commended award in the First Time Buyer Readers’ Awards.

The Graylingwell Park development was named runner-up in the Most Eco Aware Project category.

It is the fourth time the development has won an award.

Set in 85 acres of parkland, Graylingwell Park is less than a mile from Chichester city centre.

The scheme is being developed jointly by Linden Homes, Affinity Sutton and the Homes & Communities Agency and is the UK’s largest carbon neutral development.

The awards were hosted by Phil Spencer, presenter for Channel 4’s Location, Location, Location.

He said: ‘Other awards only fleetingly acknowledge starter homes as part of a broader agenda, but by focusing on developments that benefit the starter market, these awards give developers and affordable housing providers, the much-deserved recognition for all the hard work and achievements that go into this end of the housing spectrum.’

Affinity Sutton also won an award a development in Kent.

Sales director Yvette Ruggins said: ‘We are delighted that our developments, Latitude Walk and Graylingwell Park, have been recognised by First Time Buyer magazine readers. This success demonstrates that we are committed to delivering high quality, well designed, affordable new homes.’