The Scottish Home Awards was founded in 2007 to recognise excellence in the Scottish housebuilding industry. It is an independent awards programme, run for the benefit of the housebuilding community, with the objective of helping house builders and housing associations sell, rent or promote their properties more effectively.
Ross and Liddell are the headline sponsor of the Scottish Home Awards. Ross and Liddell are one of Scotland’s most established property management companies. As well as property management and maintenance, the business provides a comprehensive range of residential and commercial services, including sales, lettings, surveying and insurance.
Employing 95 staff, Ross and Liddell has offices in Edinburgh, Paisley and Dundee as well as an office in Glasgow city centre and a lettings office in the west end of the city. For more information on Ross and Liddell services and property advice, please go to www.ross-liddell.com or call 0131 346 8989.
Scotland’s largest independent awards initiative for the housing industry gets underway today with the launch of the 2016 Scottish Home Awards programme, sponsored by Ross + Liddell.
The 9th annual awards will highlight excellence in new home creation with the return of a range of popular categories which covers the breadth of the house building industry.
Awards will be presented for affordable flats, chic city apartments and luxury family homes. Business awards will also be presented to the best performing companies in the industry with the ultimate award, Housebuilder of the Year being presented to two businesses both large and small.
Reigning champions of the top award, CALA and S1 Developments have both continued their success through last year and organisers are hopeful that new work will be highlighted from both firms and others in the market.
The awards which typically attract entries from over 60 different housebuilders across Scotland are staged for the second time with the support of one of Scotland’s largest property management firms, Ross and Liddell.
Andrew Cunningham, Director, Ross and Liddell, commented:
“I am delighted to be given the opportunity to play an active role in the Scottish Home Awards. Following the record number, and exceptional quality, of entries last year we look forward to seeing the ever improving standards within the industry reflected in the developments put forward for consideration in the 2016 Awards. I personally look forward to the detailed judging process and to the chance to review, and consider, the merits of the various development types, meeting differing needs, in locations throughout the country.”
Hopefuls now have until 31st March 2016 to complete their entries which will be accepted online by visiting www.scottishhomeawards.com and clicking enter now.
The finalists will be revealed in April 2016, prior to a glittering black tie awards dinner which takes place in Edinburgh on Thursday 16 June 2016.
The awards are operated in support of ‘It’s Good 2 Give’ in its quest to build The Ripple Retreat a luxury residential retreat on the shores of Loch Venacher in the Trossachs National Park. The property will be gifted for short stay visits to young cancer patients and their families and is due to open in June.