Owl Homes Wins Best Small Housebuilder Bronze Whathouse? Award

22nd November 2021

Owl Homes were proud winners at the Whathouse? 2021 Awards, claiming the accolade of ‘Best Small Housebuilder’ of the year Bronze award, with all of the continuous hard work from the entire Owl Homes team being recognised by the Whathouse? Judges. 


Held in Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane and hosted by Clare Balding OBE and Sir Chris Hoy MBE, the event celebrated the best that British housebuilding has to offer. 


Here’s what the judges had to say: 

“Owl Homes, based in Tamworth, Staffordshire, has a burgeoning reputation across its Midlands heartland for the quality of its design, driven by the influence and passion of its senior management team. Owl puts a lot of emphasis on recruitment processes, including apprenticeships and trainees and is already established as a strong voice on industry issues across multiple platforms. Its product ranges from one-bedroom apartments and starter homes through to five-bedroom houses, delivering around 93 homes this year. But Owl has ambitious expansion plans to become a regional housebuilder, delivering 500 homes a year. Customer service is a strong suit, especially when it comes to explaining the purchasing process to first-time buyers with guides and tips. Community engagement is another key mantra, leaving a legacy imbued with social and environmental responsibility.”


Steve Thompson, Managing Director for Owl Homes, says: “We are absolutely delighted and honoured to have won the WhatHouse? ‘Best Small Housebuilder’ Bronze Award in our first year of entering. It’s an amazing achievement and accolade to receive, given we’ve only been established for 3 years. I’m extremely proud of the Owl team and our supply chain, and I would like to thank every single one of them for their support, hard work and commitment during our journey so far. I’d also like to thank our owner, John Evans, for his continued support and investment into the business, which without, none of what we have achieved would have been possible.”



The complete list of winners can be found here: https://www.whathouse.com/news/whathouse-awards-2021-winners/