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Shortlist hat trick for PegasusLife at 2017 Housing Design Awards

Shortlist hat trick for PegasusLife at 2017 Housing Design Awards

Shortlist hat trick for PegasusLife at 2017 Housing Design Awards

Three schemes shortlisted in Project Category

Specialist developer PegasusLife has secured three developments within the shortlisted projects in this year’s Housing Design Awards. The shortlisted developments are The Fitzroy in Falmouth, The Vincent in Bristol and Hortsley in Seaford.

PegasusLife works with a pool of some of the leading architects in the country, each practice picked on its ability to deliver the right response for each location and the customers that will live there.

Shortlisted developments

Hortsley in Seaford is designed by RCKa and offers stunning views across East Sussex. The Winter Garden, which is accessible from each apartment on all floors, adds an exciting element to a site that is tucked away close to Seaford’s town centre. The site is due to complete in late summer 2017.

The Vincent in Bristol and The Fitzroy in Falmouth have both been designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. The Vincent, in the sought-after Bristol suburb Redlands, is an architectural mix of old and new and includes the preservation of Queen Victoria House as well as two new build terraces.

The Fitzroy is a coastal site that will be a modern interpretation of the grand seaside hotels. It will be PegasusLife’s second site in Cornwall and is due to complete in summer 2018.

John Nordon, design director, says “Each of the sites selected in this year’s shortlist is very different but each one is designed with one thing in mind: our customer. Our design partners really understand what we are trying to achieve and that is the delivery of homes for people over 60 that evoke a sense of pride, aid sociability and help create communities. It’s a great achievement for PegasusLife but also for RCKa and Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.”

The Housing Design Awards will be announced in the summer.


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