PegasusLife wins again at the Housing Design Awards 2017
Specialist retirement living developer, PegasusLife, has won a HAPPI project award at the Housing Design Award for the third year running.
Winning development, The Vincent, is located in the sought-after Bristol suburb Clifton and features an architectural mix of old and new. Refurbing the 19th century Queen Victoria House matched with new apartments designed by award-winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, the site retains a palpable sense of history while offering residents a convenient and modern living environment. With a beautiful arboretum, on-site gym and wellbeing spa, and café, The Vincent has been recognised as a thoughtfully designed and realised development.
Howard Phillips, CEO of PegasusLife, commented: “PegasusLife actively embodies and promotes the HAPPI design principles, and we have consistently shown our commitment to this belief. This award is recognition of that commitment, and a measure of our success in building attractive homes that suit the needs and hopes of those looking to downsize in retirement without compromising their lifestyle.
“As we continue our work, and complete other developments in locations desired by our cuctomers, built to fit their lifestyles, PegasusLife will maintain the offer of choice to a generation who are looking to live in style and comfort.”
The Vincent is due to complete in summer 2018. The collection of 65 apartments, of one-, two- and three-bedrooms, was one of three PegasusLife developments shortlisted in the Project Schemes section of the Housing Design Awards; the others were Hortsley, Seaford and The Fitzroy, Falmouth.
The awards were announced on Monday 10th July.
PegasusLife offers all homes on a 999-year lease and, as an additional layer of comfort for residents and their families, on-going maintenance and property management is offered on a not-for-profit basis.