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Enfield development scoops two design gongs

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19 June 2017

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Enfield Council has won the prestigious ‘Client of the Year’ award at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) awards.

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Enfield Council has won the prestigious ‘Client of the Year’ award at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) awards.

The first council housing to be built in Enfield for more than 30 years has also won a prestigious architectural award at the same ceremony.

The 38 town houses, flats and maisonettes at Dujardin Mews, named after triple Olympic gold medallist Charlotte Dujardin, were awarded a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) London Regional Award in the Housing category. They will be made available to tenants and leaseholders from the Alma Estate, which is being demolished and redeveloped.

The development was one of 50 schemes honoured at the 2017 awards. Enfield Council also won the London Regional Design Award for Dujardin Mews, beating the Tate Modern Gallery, NHS, developers and housing associations in the process.

Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Housing and Housing Regeneration, Cllr Ahmet Oykener, said: “Growth and sustainability are at the heart of everything we do in Enfield and Dujardin Mews is a great example of how Enfield Council is creating new developments and regenerating estates to create settled and stable communities.

“We are incredibly proud of the work that has been done at Dujardin Mews, it is a ground breaking project in so many ways and demonstrates how the public and private sectors can work together to produce truly special housing for tenants.

“Our regeneration schemes bring jobs to the area; help rejuvenate some of the poorest parts of the borough and provide benefits that run far beyond simply providing new homes. We are proud of these Enfield schemes and we are committed to improving the quality of life for all of our residents now and in the future.”