Veterans\' Village Shortlisted for Hat-trick of Awards
The DIY SOS Veterans' Village in Canada Street, Newton Heath has been shortlisted for three awards so far and counting.
The project which has seen run-down terraces in East Manchester transformed into homes for veterans and their families is in the running for the RICS NW Awards 2016 in the Regeneration category, the 2016 Regional NW LABC Awards for 'Best Inclusive Building' and for a 2016 Property Week 'Placemaking' Award.
The project team (comprising Manchester City Council, Charities Walking with the Wounded and Haig Housing, BTP Architects, key contractors Kier, Wates Living, ISG, Willmott-Dixon, Rowlinsons and surveyors Arcus) are keeping their fingers crossed!
Canada Street (before)
Canada Street After
Project Team with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
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