Dujardin Mews, by Maccreanor Lavington and Karakusevic Carson Photos: Mark Hadden, Tim Crocker

The first council-led social housing delivered by Enfield Council in four decades, Dujardin Mews forms the first phase of the wider regeneration of Ponders End and replacement homes for the neighbouring Alma Estate. The brief for the architects Maccreanor Lavington and Karakusevic Carson was to maximise the potential of the site while respecting the local townscape and deliver high quality, exemplar housing. MORE >

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The title of Supreme Winner at this year’s Brick Awards was awarded to Maccreanor Lavington’s South Gardens, a Lendlease development, which also picked up the title of best Large Housing Development.