Lakehouse has joined the Prince of Wales' Mayday Network on Climate Change, the collaborative movement of UK businesses committed to action on climate change. Named after the international 'Mayday mayday' distress signal, it was founded by HRH The Prince of Wales, as a call to action to business, at the first Mayday Summit in 2007.
Lakehouse has been awarded four new build social housing schemes on various infill sites throughout Greenwich, valued at approximately £2million.
Lowther Children's Centre has been shortlisted for a British Construction Industry Award 2010 and is one of only 46 UK and international projects to achieve the recognition of the judging panel.
This month marks the start of Poplar Harca's £4.5million design and build contract that will provide thousands of families on the Bow Bridge Estate, London E3, with improved living conditions.
The Ministry of Defence has awarded Lakehouse a £1million contract to refurbish junior rank single living accommodation at Gibralter Barracks in Minley, Hampshire. The 24 week project is being managed by Lakehouse's south west regional office in Andover.