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New 100% affordable homes by A2Dominion win a ‘Brick’ award


A new residential development for A2Dominion is a recent winner in the Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Warranty awards. The awards, called The Bricks, recognise “the quality of workmanship and site management” on developments across England and Wales.

The Saunders team, made up of Geoff Abbott, James Park and Agne Martinkute, worked closely with both A2D and main contractor Bugler to ensure the crisp detailing and buildability required with such awards for this 100% affordable scheme in Perivale, on the southern side of the Western Avenue A40.

Commenting on the award, A2Dominion Project Manager, Technical & Commercial, Sophia Briggs, said: “Bringing high-quality, affordable homes to the parts of London that need it most is central to what we do. And Western Avenue is a great example of what can be achieved.”

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