A homebuilder has been shortlisted for a prestigious award after a big development in Bolton.

Northstone is shortlisted for the Cowgills North West Homebuilder Award, after making the final in the ‘Larger Housing Scheme of the Year’ category.

The shortlist announcement is based on the company’s success at its Airie development in Bolton, which when complete, will feature a collection of 105 homes, in two, three and four-bed homes, with an estimated development value of £53m.

The prestigious North West Homebuilder Awards look to exclusively recognise small to medium homebuilders in the region across ten different categories, including, conversion of the year, community impact project and rising star, to name a few.

Anita Jolley, Sales and Marketing Director at Northstone said: “At Northstone we are incredibly committed to setting a new standard for new builds, in every possible way from the quality and leading eco innovations in our homes, to the customer buying experience with our sales team.

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"For these efforts to be recognised and considered for such a highly-regarded industry accolade is a huge coup and we look forward to joining our peers on the night.

Since starting works on Airie in Bolton, Northstone has fostered some key community relationships hosting art workshops with two local schools and commissioning local sculptor Danny Clahane to create a piece for the neighbourhood.

The Cowgills North West Homebuilder Awards will announce winner’s during an exclusive event at New Century Hall, Manchester on Thursday, June 20.