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Greenwich Millennium Village wins RIBA awards

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9 July 2001

Greenwich Millennium Village (GMV) has won a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Sustainability Award at this year's RIBA Housing Design Awards, presented on Thursday 5 July. GMV was the only project to be presented with a Sustainability Award this year. The development also won one of 11 Housing Project Awards.

The awards were made for the first homes to be completed at the development, designed by project architect, Proctor Matthews. The houses form part of the 1,377 home village being developed by Greenwich Millennium Village Limited and designed to a masterplan by Ralph Erskine.

The citation from the judges recognises the notable contribution being made by the Greenwich Millennium Village to the development of sustainable designs and construction methods.

The citation concludes: "There can be no question that this early phase of the project deserves attention for its comprehensive vision of sustainable housing for this century."

Currently available for sale at Greenwich Millennium Village are award-winning houses with three bedrooms with prices starting at £290,000, together with one bedroom apartments from £185,000 and two bedroom apartments from £237,500. For further information please contact the Visitor Centre on 020 8293 6900.

Greenwich Millennium Village is a joint venture development by Countryside Properties plc, Taylor Woodrow Capital Developments Ltd in association with English Partnerships.

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Information correct as at 09/07/2001