Showcasing Success in Sustainable Home Building

Welcome to our collection of HQM Case Studies, where we highlight the successful projects that have benefited from the Home Quality Mark. Each case study provides a comprehensive look at the challenges faced, the solutions implemented, and the results achieved. These stories of success serve as a testament to the transformative power of HQM in creating sustainable, high-quality homes.

The Power of HQM in Action

Our case studies span a diverse range of projects, from individual homes to large-scale housing developments. Despite their differences, all these projects share a common thread: a commitment to the principles of sustainable, high-quality home building embodied by HQM.

Lancaster Grange – A Benchmark for Quality and Sustainability

Lancaster Grange, a residential project by Crest Nicholson, is a shining example of the Home Quality Mark’s (HQM) commitment to quality, sustainability, and occupant wellbeing. This development, located near to Watford, is a testament to the transformative power of thoughtful design and construction.

Essex County Council: Pioneering Quality and Sustainability with HQM

Essex County Council, in collaboration with the Essex Planning Officers Association (EPOA) and BRE, has been at the forefront of driving quality and sustainability in new home construction. Faced with the challenge of planning for 180,000 new homes, the council recognized the need to focus on creating high-quality, balanced communities rather than just meeting housing numbers.

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