A nationally acclaimed project from Sheffield architectural design specialists CODA Bespoke which featured on Channel 4 hit Grand Designs has been nominated for a second major award.
Corn Yard is the £610,000 self-build twin home development created on the site of a 200-year-old corn mill site in Oughtibridge by the brothers behind DED and 99 Mary Street, Nik and Jon Daughtry,
It was recently named Residential Development of the Year at the prestigious Northern Design Awards 2018 and now the development has reached the finals of the 2019 RICS Awards for the Yorkshire and Humber region.
A second CODA Bespoke property, Ulla Green in Church Fenton, Tadcaster – a renovation and extension of an officer’s house on a former RAF air base – has also reached the finals.
The winners will be announced in a ceremony on May 17 at the Centenary Pavilion of Leeds United Football Club.
“We are truly overwhelmed at the continued acclaim we are receiving for Corn Yard and are delighted that it has been selected as a finalist at the RICS Awards,” said CODA Bespoke director Abel Hinchliffe.
“And to see it competing alongside our Ulla Green project – a very different development – is hugely gratifying.”
Sponsored by Sika Building Trust and supported by Historic England, the RICS Awards recognise excellence in the built environment and showcase the successes of RICS professionals and their impact on local communities.