Baggeridge bags five nominations

Baggeridge is in a celebrating mood after learning that five of its projects have been shortlisted for this year’s national brick awards.

Baggeridge bags five nominations

The awards, organised by the Brick Development Association (BDA), recognise excellence in design and construction using brick.

The shortlisted projects include three sites in Kettering, Alcester and Inkberrow working with George Wimpey in the Volume Housebuilding category, Best Private Housing Development for projects in Solihull and Bearsted, Best Commercial Building for a Taylor Woodrow development in Newcastle’s Quayside and Best International Project for the Rathborne Village scheme in Dublin.

Baggeridge commercial manager Alison Adderley is understandably delighted. She said: “We work hard to go the extra mile for all of our housebuilder customers – developers are an extremely important distribution channel for us, so for five of our projects to be shortlisted is great news.”

Winners will be announced at the BDA’s annual award ceremony, taking place at the Marriott Grosvenor Square Hotel in London on 5th November.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

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