Lovell’s London region was awarded not one, but two accolades at the 2019 Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) National Site Awards this week, taking home trophies for its Regents Park scheme in North London and The Electric Quarter in Ponders End, Enfield.
Held at the prestigious Plaisterer’s Hall in London, these awards are only presented to the highest performing sites inspected by the CCS’ monitors. Alexandra Robins, Senior Resident Liaison Officer, collected Silver and Gold awards on behalf of Regents Park, while Cliff Cowley, Senior Site Manager, took home the Silver award for The Electric Quarter – this is Cliff’s third consecutive CCS award.
Established in 1998, the Considerate Constructors Scheme has been rewarding the UK’s most considerate sites based on the contribution they have made towards improving the image of construction. Developers that can illustrate their thought and care towards local neighbourhoods, the public, the workforce and the environment are awarded with Gold, Silver and Bronze trophies to recognise their contribution.
Stuart Gibbons, regional managing director at Lovell London, comments: “We’re incredibly proud to have been recognised by the CCS. Our teams work very hard to ensure that we are not only considerate, but make a positive contribution to all the communities in which we work.”
At Regent’s Park, Lovell is working in partnership with Camden Council to build 116 new homes; the estate is also being enhanced with a new community centre.
In the first phase of development at The Electric Quarter, where Lovell is working in partnership with Enfield Council, Lovell has already delivered 40 townhouses for private sale in addition to 21 affordable rental homes and a communal play area; the second phase will comprise 106 new homes for private sale and for rent as well as a nursery, new library and commercial units.