Organised by Design for Homes, a number of HAPPI-inspired older people’s/intergenerational projects have been shortlisted for this year’s Housing Design Awards (opens new window) with ceremonies taking place in September.
The submissions include a selection of affordable and high end accommodation for older people, from extra care housing scheme and retirement villages to almshouse provision and cohousing.
The Housing LIN is proud to be a co-sponsor of HDA2022 and the quality of the shortlisted schemes demonstrate how HAPPI is now a mainstay of these awards.
The 11 HAPPI-inspired shortlisted schemes are:
- Beech Tree Place by HTA Design LLP for London Borough of Sutton (opens new window)
- CoHUT by Mawson Kerr architects for Cohousing upon Tyne and Town, in Newcastle (opens new window)
- Charlie Ratchford Court by PRP architects for London Borough of Camden (opens new window)
- Botanical Place by PRP architects for Retirement Villages Group in West Byfleet (opens new window)
- The Courtyards by Levitt Berstein architects for Community Gateway Association in Preston (opens new window)
- Blackfriars Almshouses by Fathom architects for Southwark Charities (opens new window)
- Carlton Dene by Levitt Bernstein architects for Westminster City Council (opens new window)
- Hammerson House/Wohl Campus by Pollard Thomas Edwards architects and P+HS architects for Nightingale Hammerson in Barnet (opens new window)
- Love Wolverton (Still Green Cohousing) by Mikhail Riches architects and Mole architects for Milton Keynes Council and Town (opens new window)
- Cardiff Community Living – Bute Street by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris architects for Cardiff Council (opens new window)
- Cardiff Community Living - Riverside Living by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris architects for Cardiff Council (opens new window)