The Sunday Times British Homes Awards celebrates exceptional design in all things home. It is the only honours that recognises every aspect of housebuilding — from one-off houses to major developments, interiors to landscaping, individual extensions to placemaking on a grand scale.
Run by Haymarket Media Group, its awards ceremony — held every September at London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square — attracts some of the biggest names in housebuilding, architecture and interior design. Past hosts include George Clarke, Dan Hopwood and Clemency Burton Hill.
The 2018 awards was bigger and better than ever, with new categories for housing crisis solutions and small but sensitive schemes. We expanded the interior design awards and added a category for housing crisis.
Qualified entries in to the Large and Small House of the Year categories were also put forward for the prestigious Manser Medal.
Finally, it also includes a design competition in which the winner is voted for by readers of The Sunday Times. This year, we challenge you to reinvent the terrace in a new genre — fit for our time, yet with the timeless qualities that make our streets of Georgian and Victorian terraces still so treasured.