The project in Brambledown on the Isle of Sheppey saw the demolition of a dilapidated bungalow and it being rebuilt to meet the specific needs of the Kent family.
It is the biggest ever build project undertaken by the popular BBC television programme, led by presenter Nick Knowles.
The project was entered into the Residential category of the RICS Awards which showcase the most inspirational initiatives and developments in land, property, construction and infrastructure, and celebrate their impact on local communities.
Completed in October 2016, Clague designed the home around the needs of the family. It included the installation of talking doors, a remote controlled toilet and winches to take the severely disabled youngsters from bathroom to bed.
Tim Wolfe-Murray, Partner at Clague who accepted the Highly Commended certificate at the awards ceremony on May 9th, said: “This has to be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling projects I’ve been involved with. To have it recognised in this way by RICS makes it even more gratifying and reflects well not only on Clague, but also on all the partners and suppliers who came together to make it happen.”
Posted on | by Tim Wolfe-Murray