Compendium are delighted to announce that our Weston Heights regeneration development in Stoke-on-Trent has won an award at the 2011 ‘WhatHouse?’ awards.

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The WhatHouse? Awards have been running for 30 years and are the most prestigious and longest established awards event for New Homes, house-builders and developers.

The mixed-tenure Weston Heights scheme won Bronze in the ‘Best Partnership Scheme’ category, due to our close working partnership with Renew North Staffordshire, who funded the regeneration programme, Stoke-on-Trent City Council and existing local residents. This close partnership working has enabled us to maintain a positive relationship with the existing community while building work has been going on, and provide high-quality new recreational spaces.

WhatHouse? described the scheme as “well-specified and imaginatively designed” and commented that the partnership “has demonstrated its commitment to building a pleasant and modern environment for local people to enjoy and benefit from..”.

Weston Heights is in the third phase of a 4-phase programme, so there are still homes being built there. For information about buying a home at Weston Heights, please go to the ‘Buying a Home’ tab at the top left of this page and follow the link to the Weston Heights Sales Centre.