ISIS win NLA housing gong

brentford lock wins NLABrentford Lock West, ISIS Waterside’s development situated on the Grand Union Canal, has been selected as the winner of the residential category at the New London Awards.

The awards look to recognise London’s best examples of architecture, planning and development.

Delivered by ISIS Waterside Regeneration, Brentford Lock West was commended for its overall master plan and the development’s commitment to providing community spaces and encouraging outdoor living.

brentford lock west block gThe first phase of the scheme, which has been designed as part of a collaboration between architects Duggan Morris, Karakusevic Carson and Riches Hawley Mikhail comprises a mix of 150, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and townhouses. The initial phase will also include commercial units in the retained art deco buildings. The development has been carefully designed to embrace a thriving waterside community, which encompasses residential, commercial and leisure space.

Katie Sully from ISIS Waterside Regeneration, said: “Having only launched the first release of homes at Brentford Lock West earlier this year, we were delighted that the development not only got shortlisted but was selected as the winner of this award. It has been very important to us from the outset that we deliver a scheme that really embraces its waterside location, while also remaining sympathetic to the area’s industrial heritage.

“The first collection of homes at Brentford Lock West, which are currently available off plan, have been selling fast – with many buyers impressed in particular with the outside space and the community areas, which we have incorporated into the overall design. It’s a great honour to pick up this award with our architect team – and we hope there will be many more to come as we develop this project over the next five years.”

Brendon Walsh, Director of Regeneration, Economic Development and Environment, Hounslow Council said: “We are delighted to see this scheme winning awards and it’s helping to put Brentford firmly on the map as a great place to live.”

Photo caption: Photograph of the team (L-R): Rebekka McCourt Bode – Duggan Morris, Jennifer Ross – Tibbalds, Sandi Johnen – Duggan Morris, Katie Sully – ISIS Waterside Regeneration, Jolanta Dzikowska – Karakusevic Carson, Annalie Riches – Riches Hawley Mikhail (photograph to be credited to Agnese Sanvito)

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