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23 Jul 2021

Scottish Home Awards – hat-trick of nominations         

We are very proud to have been shortlisted in three categories in the prestigious Scottish Home Awards 2021.

The Awards look for excellence across all areas of new build property and it is recognition of the skill and hard work of all our teams to have reached this stage.

We have been shortlisted for:

  • Housebuilder of the Year
  • House of the Year – The Everett Grand at Glenburn Manor, Jackton
  • Show Home of the Year – The Mackintosh Garden Room at Dargavel Village, Bishopton

Sharon Spinelli, sales and marketing director at Robertson Homes, said: “We believe that Robertson Homes stands out for many reasons, from our innovative designs that ensure light and spacious rooms, to the quality of the build and standards of the specification which are all brought to life in our wonderful show homes.

“To be a finalist in no fewer than three categories, including Housebuilder of the Year, at these prestigious awards recognises the care which goes into every home and development we create.

“Our latest show home at Dargavel Village is absolutely stunning – it encapsulates everything we do as a company -  and I believe everyone who visits will fall in love with it.”

Housebuilder of the Year was judged on customer service and ongoing care, build quality and staff welfare as well as financial performance

House of the Year looked at overall design and layout, interior specification, value for money and overall street scene

Show Home of the Year wanted to see a property fitted out to suit its target customer. Our spacious and cleverly designed Mackintosh Garden Room show home is a peaceful haven of subtle greens, pale woods and on trend wicker – not forgetting the signature Robertson Homes wow factor!

Sharon added: “We truly believe that Robertson Homes build outstanding family homes and are very proud that our consistent delivery and customer care have been recognised.”


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