Hughes Architects named a finalist in Wales Property Awards 2022

Wales property Awards

For the second year running Hughes Architects has been named a finalist in one of Wales’ most prestigious property awards.

Our work on the design of Maes Corton for Barcud which was constructed by SJ Roberts Construction at Presteigne, Powys, has landed us on the shortlist for Residential Development of the Year in the Wales Property Awards.

Wales Business Insider editor, Douglas Friedli, revealed the finalists on Wednesday. You can read the full story here.

It’s the second time we’ve been named a finalist. Last year we were in the finals of the Architect’s Firm of the Year at the awards.

Earlier this year we were also on the list for the ASBP Property Awards 2022. This also follows the Powys Business Awards finals last year.

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This is yet another demonstration of the quality of our team’s work in architectural and building design, planning and engineering services in Mid Wales, Shropshire and the wider Wales.

Over the past year we’ve continued to grow with new services including structural and civil engineering, SuDs drainage services, and ecological consultancy, adding to our existing planning, architectural and conservation architecture services.

We wish all the other finalists in the awards the best of luck.

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Residential Development of the Year
Shortlist:
• Maes Corton (by Hughes Architects, Barcud, SJ Roberts Construction and Morris, Marshall and Poole)
• Oakwood (by Beech Developments with housing for Adra, funded by Watkin Property Venture Finance)
• Cysgod y Graig (by Castle Green Homes with Conwy Brickwork, Roof Plus, John Kelly Construction and Ruby Granite)
• Beaufort Gardens (by Edenstone Group with Carlyle Trust)