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hurdle house shortlisted for CPRE Countryside Award

hurdle house shortlisted for CPRE Countryside Award
Images by James Morris

Images by James Morris

Everyone at Adam Knibb Architects was excited by the recent news that our Hurdle House project has been shortlisted for yet another award! The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Countryside Award ‘can be awarded for various contributions including exceptional buildings, projects, or organisations that exemplify CPRE values in the community’. CPRE recognise architects amongst others who are ‘positively contributing to the sustainability of the rural environment or communities’ through either ‘new or regenerated buildings or landscapes’. Hurdle House has previously won ‘The Daily Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovation Award’, been finalist in the ‘AJ Retrofit Awards’, and was also 'shortlisted for the ‘RICS Awards’.

To find out more you can visit CPRE’s website here: https://www.cpre.org.uk