Scottish Home Awards announce 2022 finalists

The finalists of a national competition which recognizes excellence in Scotland’s new housing sector have been announced ahead of the annual industry celebration and dinner to be held in Glasgow next month.

The Scottish Home Awards, sponsored by Ross & Liddell, have named the developments, homes and organizations that made the shortlist for the 15th annual competition.

The jury, which includes Scottish build now editor Kieran Findlay, assessed over 130 entries in 14 categories received from organizations across Scotland.



Colin Cumberland, Scottish Home Awards Jury Chairman and Head of Residential at Ediston Real Estate, said: “We have spent the past few weeks assessing a large number of entries and have met as a panel to discuss and agree merits. of each entry. The finalists announced today should be very proud to have been selected for this stage because the judging is rigorous and the competition is fierce.

“I would like to thank the judges for their valuable input, and we all look forward to celebrating in Glasgow in June.”

Andrew Cunningham, Managing Director of Ross & Liddell, added: “The Scottish Home Awards have a vital role to play in recognizing successful individuals and teams in the homebuilding industry. The popularity of the awards is encouraging and reflects the amount of high quality work in new homes being delivered every day.

“Ross and Liddell are very proud to continue supporting the program and wish to congratulate all finalists on their achievements.”



The winners will be revealed at the awards dinner, hosted by Des Clarke, which will take place on Thursday June 23, 2022 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Glasgow.

The awards also support “It’s Good 2 Give” and the management of The Ripple Retreat, a luxury residential retreat on the shores of Loch Venacher in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. The award-winning designer home is offered to young cancer patients and their families for short-term vacations throughout the year.

2022 Finalists

Affordable Housing Development of the Year sponsored by Global Home Warranties



  • Dundonald, Ayrshire – Connect Modular and Riverside Scotland
  • Wilkie Gardens, Galashiels – Eildon Housing Association
  • Elworthy Place, Galashiels – Eildon Housing Association
  • Larkfield Gate, Glasgow – Link Group and Mast Architects
  • Riverside, Dalmarnock-Link Group, Laurel Homes and McTaggart Construction
  • Helenvale Street, Glasgow – Parkhead Housing Association, McTaggart Construction and Anderson Bell Christie
  • Chapelton, Aberdeenshire – Places for People
  • Longniddry Village, East Lothian – Places for People
  • Heron Place, Granton, Edinburgh – Port of Leith Housing Association
  • Whitlawburn, Cambuslang – South Lanarkshire Council in partnership with Hub South West and CCG Scotland
  • Bingham Avenue, Edinburgh – Edinburgh City Council in partnership with Anderson Bell Christie and CCG Scotland

Apartment Development of the Year (Private Sale) sponsored by Porcelanosa

  • Canonmills Garden, Edinburgh – Artisan Real Estate
  • Promenade Gate, Edinburgh – Carlsson Properties
  • Queen’s View Apartments, Edinburgh – Carmichael Homes
  • The Playfair at Donaldson’s, Edinburgh – City & Country
  • 200 Great Junction Street, Edinburgh – Glencairn Properties
  • The Works G3, Glasgow – Huntly Homes and Grant Murray Architects
  • Royal View, Leith, Edinburgh – Live by Robertson
  • The Tayworks, Edinburgh – MNM Developments
  • Spireview II, Aberdeen – Development of diamond properties
  • Dargavel Village, Bishopton, Renfrewshire – Stewart Milne Houses
  • One Hyndland Avenue, Glasgow – Westpoint Homes

Home Development of the Year (Large Private Sale) sponsored by NHBC



  • Aden Meadows, Aberdeen – Bancon Houses
  • Craibstone Estate, Bucksburn, Aberdeenshire – CALA Homes (North)
  • Prince’s Quay, Glasgow – Cala Homes (west)
  • Camas Walk, Cambuslang – Dawn Homes
  • Sycamore Dell, Dundee – Miller Houses
  • Robertson Houses in Calderwood, East Calder – Robertson Houses
  • Snowdrop Gardens, St Cyrus, Aberdeenshire – Snowdrop Developments
  • North Crescent, Elgin – Springfield Properties
  • Dykes of Gray, Dundee – Springfield Properties
  • Bertha Park, Perth – Springfield Properties
  • Dargavel Village (Phase 2) Bishopton, Renfrewshire – Stewart Milne Homes
  • The Maples in Ness Side, Inverness – Tulloch Homes

Housing Development of the Year (Small Private Sale) sponsored by BTO Solicitors

  • Woodlea, Darnley, Glasgow – Briar Homes
  • Queenswood, Linlithgow – Cala Homes (East)
  • Gairneybank, Kinross – Webster Houses
  • Dawn Houses, Kippen, Stirlingshire – Dawn Houses
  • The Castings, Larbert – Dawn Homes
  • Parks, Marykirk, Aberdeenshire – Fotheringham Homes
  • Glenluie Green, Meigle, Perthshire – Hadden Homes
  • Muirwood Gardens, Kinross – Residential Juniper
  • Ribbonfield, Crail, Fife – Carriden Houses
  • The Walled Garden, Edinburgh – Mackenzie Residential
  • Southfield Grange, Newton Mearns – Robertson Houses
  • Chapelton, Stonehaven – Snowdrop Developments
  • Gartcosh, Glasgow – Springfield Properties
  • Seafield Gardens, Ayr – Westpoint Homes
  • Caerlee Factory, Innerleithen – Whiteburn Projects

Housing Regeneration Project of the Year

  • Rothes Mill, Glenrothes – AC Land Reclamation
  • Riverside, Dalmarnock, Glasgow – Link Group, Laurel Homes and McTaggart Group
  • Heron Place, Granton Harbour, Edinburgh – Port of Leith Housing Association
  • Whitlawburn Regeneration, Cambuslang – South Lanarkshire Counci in partnership with Hub South West and CCG Scotland
  • Bingham Avenue, Edinburgh – Edinburgh City Council in partnership with Anderson Bell Christie and CCG Scotland

Innovation in design

  • Boroughmuir, Edinburgh – Cala Homes (East)
  • The Walled Garden, Edinburgh – Mackenzie Residential and Konishi Gaffney Architects

Renovation of the year

  • Boroughmuir, Edinburgh – Cala Homes (East)
  • The Playfair at Donaldson’s, Edinburgh – City & Country
  • 200 Great Junction Street Leith, Edinburgh – Glencairn Properties
  • Museum Apartments, Edinburgh – Mackenzie Residential
  • The Walled Garden, Edinburgh – Mackenzie Residential
  • Spireview II, Aberdeen – Development of diamond properties

Residential Rental Team of the Year sponsored by Citylets

  • At Home in Edinburgh Ltd
  • Ballantynes
  • Clan Gordon
  • Cullen Property
  • PropOp
  • RentLocally.co.uk Ltd

Show Home of the Year sponsored by Artisan Real Estate

  • The Reserve at Eden, Aberdeen – Bancon Homes
  • Calder Gardens, North Lanarkshire Barratt Homes & David Wilson Homes West
  • Cammo Meadows, Edinburgh – Cala Homes (East)
  • Jordanhill Park, Glasgow – Cala Homes (west)
  • DWH @ Dargavel Village, Bishopton – Barratt Homes & David Wilson Homes West Scotland
  • The Beaches, Johnshaven, Aberdeenshire – Fotheringham Homes
  • 200 Great Junction Street, Leith, Edinburgh – Glencairn Properties
  • The Laurie at Longniddry Village, East Lothian – Places for People
  • Waverley Square, Edinburgh – Queensberry Properties
  • The Garden Room Stewart Southfield Grange, Newton Mearns – Robertson Homes
  • Dover Heights, Dunfermline – Springfield Properties
  • The Strathearn, Gillburn Grange, Jackton – Stewart Milne Houses
  • Roseberry Park, Tranent – Walker Group

Starter Home of the Year sponsored by Ross and Liddell

  • West Terrace, Cambuslang – CCG Homes
  • Cathkin View, Castlemilk, Glasgow – Cruden Homes West
  • Cherry Tree Park, Livingston – Live by Robertson
  • The Moorish Type of House, Dargavel Village, Bishopton – Stewart Milne Homes

Home of the Year sponsored by AC Land Regeneration

  • Larch, Aden Meadows, Aberdeen – Bancon Homes
  • The Fairways, Bargeddie, North Lanarkshire – Barratt Homes & David Wilson Homes West Scotland
  • The Ash, Woodlea, Darnley, Glasgow – Briar Homes
  • The Woodend, Tornagrain, Inverness – Places for People
  • The Lawrie Grand in Calderwood, East Calder – Robertson Homes
  • The Jura at Snowdrop Gardens, St Cyrus, Aberdeenshire – Snowdrop Developments
  • The Culbin, Multiple Locations – Springfield Properties
  • The Vancouver, Cherry Tree Park, Livingston – Robertson Living
  • The Seagrass, Seafield Gardens, Ayr – Westpoint Homes

Community Contribution Award Sponsored by AICO

  • Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes West Scotland
  • Community Housing Trust, Lochalsh & Skye Housing Association and Staffin Community Trust
  • McTaggart Group
  • Springfield Properties

Homebuilder of the Year (less than 100 units) sponsored by Hyperoptic

  • Carmichael Houses
  • Fotheringham Houses
  • MNM Developments
  • Live by Robertson
  • Snowdrop developments
  • Whiteburn Projects

Home Builder of the Year (over 100 units) sponsored by Openreach

  • Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes West Scotland
  • Miller Houses
  • Robertson Houses
  • Springfield Group
  • Westpoint Homes

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