Dandara scoops Quality Recognition Award for Eskbank homes

Dandara scoops Quality Recognition Award for Eskbank homes

(from left) Bryan Galloway, Dandara East Scotland, head of construction; Dan Hodgson from Premier Guarantee; Stuart Barton, senior site manager, and Brian Thomson, assistant site manager

Housebuilder Dandara East Scotland has received an award for its Eskbank Gardens development in Eskbank, near Dalkeith.

The development has been presented with a ‘Quality Recognition Award’ from warranty provider Premier Guarantee.

Judges who visited Eskbank Gardens, which comprises new three, four and five bedroom homes, were impressed by the standard of site management, workmanship, health and safety, site tidiness and general co-operation.

Located seven miles from Edinburgh, Eskbank Gardens was the first development in Scotland to feature Dandara’s new Island collection of homes, which were designed to respond to the changing aspirations of homebuyers and the desire for flexible layouts, homeworking spaces and gardens.

Stuart Barton, site manager at Eskbank Gardens, said: “Every member of the site team works so hard to deliver quality new homes at Eskbank so it’s great to receive industry recognition for all of our efforts.

“Building these beautiful new homes in Eskbank has been really exciting - not just watching the new community take shape but seeing the reaction from homeowners to the finished properties. Quality is something we take very seriously at Dandara and this national recognition for all of our hard work is very welcome.”

As a winner of the Premier Guarantee Quality Recognition Award, Dandara East Scotland will be considered for this year’s National Premier Guarantee Excellence Awards.

Bryan Galloway, head of construction for Dandara East Scotland, added: “This is a fantastic achievement for the Eskbank team who continue to maintain our excellent standards for building quality new homes. We are extremely proud of Eskbank Gardens and the team here who are great ambassadors for Dandara East Scotland.”

Share icon
Share this article: