Homes for Sale

08 / 12 / 2022

The Norfolk Business Awards exists to recognise the best companies, strategies, and people that make up Norfolk’s business community. 

This year, Lovell have been recognised as a finalist in the Customer Excellence category. Recognising businesses that are constantly improving customer performance and clearly demonstrate a commitment to customers, the award was sponsored by Greater Anglia.

The award ceremony was held in November to celebrate an outstanding contribution to work life in Norfolk and contributions to the wider community. Several of the Lovell team attended the ceremony alongside other outstanding businesses in Norfolk.

After two rounds of judging and fierce competition, the award was presented to Potters Resorts. Other finalists in the category included Fosters Solicitors and Mad-HR Norwich.

Sasha Bainbridge, Regional Partnerships Director commented:

“It was an honour to be named as a finalist for Customer Excellence at the Norfolk Business Awards, and to be recognised for the dedication and commitment which we show to our customers at Lovell. We know that buying a home is a large and often emotional purchase, and providing support and care throughout the whole process is at the heart of what we do.

The awards ceremony was a fantastic evening and it was wonderful to celebrate with other businesses from Norfolk. Congratulations to Potters Resorts and the other finalists in our category!”

Morgan Sindall Construction, part of the Morgan Sindall Group, were also named as a finalist in the large business of the year category alongside Anglian Demolition and Asbestos, Lisa Angel, and NielsenIQ Brandbank.

Find out more about category winners and finalists here.

The Norfolk Business Awards 2022 Charity of the Year was named as Priscilla Bacon Hospice. A bespoke facility which will help people across Norfolk receive the best possible end of life care they deserve and so urgently need. More than £11 million has already been raised for this fantastic cause, but there is a final £1 million necessary for completion of the project. Once built, the new Priscilla Bacon Lodge will put Norfolk back at the forefront of the hospice movement.

Lovell have recently been named as a platinum member of The 500 club.



Featured in the photograph:

Back Row:

Matthew Goakes, Regional Commercial Director – Lovell

Laura Handford, Head of Service (New Homes) – Freebridge Community Housing

Simon Medler, Regional Managing Director – Lovell

David Armstrong, Chief Financial Officer – Flagship Group

Phil Courtier, Director of Place – South Norfolk and Broadland District Councils

Tony Tann, Managing Director – Flagship Homes

Sasha Bainbridge, Regional Partnerships Director – Lovell


Front Row:

Anna Cook-Bacon, Head of Partnerships (Development) – Flagship Homes

Jane Yolland, Regional Sales Director – Lovell

Phill Bend, Customer Care Manager – Lovell

Alice Williams, HR Co-ordinator – Lovell

Danielle Sparks, Senior PR Account Manager – Four Agency