A development comprising the first council homes built in Enfield for more than 30 years has won a prestigious architecture award.
The 38 town houses, flats and maisonettes at Dujardin Mews, named after triple Olympic gold medallist Charlotte Dujardin, were awarded a Civic Trust Award in the Greater London category. The Civic Trust Award scheme was established in 1959 to recognise outstanding architecture, planning and design in the built environment.
The homes have been made available to tenants and leaseholders from the Alma Estate, which is being demolished and redeveloped in a £350 million project run by Countryside.
The development was also named Client of the Year at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) awards last year.
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