(PRWEB UK) 7 January 2013
At a prestigious ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, Banner Homes picked up the Silver award in the Best Medium House Builder category. The winners were chosen by a judging panel of leading industry experts including architects, surveyors, property writers and industry specialists.
Piers Banfield, Group Sales and Marketing Director for Banner Homes, said: “We are delighted to receive this award. It is very important to us to achieve recognition from our peers in the industry. As a company we are extremely dedicated to building high quality homes that our customers aspire to live in. We focus on buying sites in the right locations and then adding value for our purchasers with a carefully planned specification and our renowned attention to detail.”
In awarding silver to Banner Homes, the judges' citation read: "Banner has an exceptionally strong brand, one of the most recognisable in the industry. Its design and products are varied too, from new age apartments to solid red brick family homes, with plenty of thought going into the interiors for stylish, practical living. A very strong Silver.”
The award is the latest recognition for the privately owned company, which since its establishment in 1975 has developed a reputation as an innovative builder of fine new homes. Now with three regional operational centres in the Northern Home Counties, the Southern Home Counties and the Midlands, Banner Homes is committed to building homes that are energy efficient and environmentally friendly, while also maximising the opportunities and benefits created by the technological revolution.
Banner has a wide range of new houses for sale, London and Birmingham being two of the many cities and counties in the South East and Midlands where its properties are available. In order to make purchasing as straightforward and cost-effective as possible, Banner also has several payment schemes such as the Money Match Purchase Scheme, through which Banner will match the buyer's deposit and allow the buyer to delay the payment of part of a new home’s purchase price.