Great Alne-based Linfoot Country Homes has beaten thousands of other construction companies to be selected as an overall winner of the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s ‘Most Considerate Company in the UK’ award.
In 2005 Linfoot Country Homes completed five affordable homes in Long Compton, the first development to be built by a private housebuilder under the Stratford-on-Avon District Council Local Choice initiative which aims to help sustain village communities.
More recently they parntered with WRHA to complete 13 affordable homes in Harbury in 2011 and 10 homes in Ilmington in 2014.
Linfoot Country Homes are currently on site in Broom where five properties for affordable rent and one for shared ownership are underway, while unanimous approval has been given for a development of seven affordable properties in Great Alne.
Neil Gilliver, Development Officer at WRHA, said: “I’m pleased that Linfoot Country Homes has received the recognition it deserves. We’ve been working closely with the family firm for several years now and the standard of their housebuilding is exemplary.
“Through our partnership, we’re looking forward to bringing more affordable homes, in keeping with their rural surroundings, to Warwickshire’s villages.”