CRL’s Annual Awards celebrate the achievements of our customers and the valuable relationships we have with our partners.
The awards ceremony was held at our Annual General Meeting on 16 December. During the event, we welcomed our staff, clients and a number of our partners to attend the awards ceremony, which was a wonderful celebration of our business and what we have achieved in the last year.
We presented the following awards...
Approved Inspector of the Year
Winner: MC Plan and Site Services
Runner up: JHAI
This award recognises the enormous amount of support we receive from our panel of independent approved inspectors and with who we have built some incredible relationships. We started working with MC Plan and Site Services in 2013 and since then have worked together on many projects.
Introducer of the Year
This award acknowledges the fantastic relationship we have with external organisations who proactively recommend CRL to their clients on daily basis. Without these recommendations CRL’s growth wouldn’t have flourished as much as it has done during the past year. Heathwoods have worked with CRL for more than two years and we are delighted to present them with this award.
Medium Sized Builder of the Year
Winner: Noble Design and Build
We were delighted to award this prize to Noble Design and Build who have worked with CRL for more than three years. This award acknowledges the strong relationship developed between CRL and the SME market who have been a key component of CRL’s recent growth.
Venturous Builder of the Year
Winner: Roy Austin
Earlier in the year we launched Venturous Builds – an inspiring web series, presented by regeneration expert Wayne Hemingway. The campaign showcases some of Britain’s best self-builders and developers. CRL selected three winners which were filmed for the web series and we are proud to announce that the overall winner is Roy Austin. Located in Cornwall, Roy’s self-build home is a modern, contemporary, eco-home which has been designed to meet the needs of the family’s young disabled son. See more here: