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Two of Countryside’s Greater Manchester developments have been celebrated at this year’s North West Property Awards (NWPAs), scooping gold award for both ‘Best New Home’ and ‘Regeneration’.

Countryside Scoops Dual Win at North West Property Awards

Property experts gathered at Lutyens Crypt in Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral on 20th October to celebrate the best of the region’s property sector, with Countryside coming out on top for the successful transformation of Lower Broughton in the ‘Regeneration’ category.

The four-bedroom, Glasson home at Barrowcroft Green, in Standish, was also crowned the ‘Best New Home’ due to its exceptional internal and external features, plus all the added extras that make moving home as effortless as possible.

The revamped awards ceremony, launched by news outlet Your Move, aims to highlight the strength of the North West’s property market whilst celebrating the continued investment, new development projects and regeneration of its local communities. 

Peter Vella, Regional Sales and Marketing Director, Countryside, commented: “The region’s property market has gone from strength to strength over recent years, and the complete transformation of New Broughton Village goes a long way in demonstrating the achievements that can be made through collaborative working between developers, local authorities and housing associations.

“We’re always looking for new ways to enhance not only our homes, but the communities that we work within, so it’s a real honour to be celebrated in not one but two coveted categories.”

Having launched in spring 2016, Barrowcroft Green is one of the latest developments in Countryside’s growing Greater Manchester portfolio and brings a luxurious collection of three, four and five bedroom homes to the sought-after village of Standish in Wigan.

New Broughton Village forms part of Salford City Council’s successful £500m regeneration of Lower Broughton, bringing a collection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, and three and four-bedroom homes into what is now a flourishing community with a range of local amenities, a new school, a landscaped park and a Church just a stone’s throw away.

Information correct at time of publication.

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