Westcombe Group is proud to have won numerous prestigious awards for our developments, for our meticulous conversions as well as our premium new build homes.
Setting exceptional standards
We consider these awards testament to our expertise in creating superb quality living spaces for contemporary living. Below is a selection of some awards we have received.
Property Developer of the Year
Asian Business Awards 2021
Westcombe Group was delighted to be announced Property Developer of the Year at the prestigious 2021 Asian Business Awards.
The event celebrates the thriving British Asian business community, showcasing the exceptional accomplishments of our most inspiring entrepreneurs and business people. As a hard-working, family-owned company coming from humble beginnings, it was an honour to have Westcombe’s achievements recognised with this award.
Best New Conversion
Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2010
2 Queensgate Mews, South Kensington
The winner was a former car auctioneer’s showroom that has been converted “magnificently” into three mews houses. With a six-person Jacuzzi and leather buffers in the garage to prevent your Bentley getting scraped.
It’s no surprise the judges found themselves asking “how can you fit so many amazing things into one house?” They all said they’d move in immediately given half a chance!
Best New Apartment
Against strong competition, Westcombe Homes picked up the 2003 Evening Standard New Homes Award for Best New Apartment as a tribute to the design of Flat 1, Chocolate Studios.
With its huge 500 sq ft balcony and impressive open plan space for working and living. The judges considered all the elements of space, materials, lifestyle, finishing touches, special features, location and design layout when selecting their winners.
Best Conversion Project
Westcombe Homes was the winner of the 2006 Your New Homes Award, in the Best Conversion Project category.
The award was achieved for the majestic conversion of Convent Court into 64 luxury apartments. Judges considered the conversion to be an ‘architectural masterpiece’.