The 4th annual Scottish Property Awards, the independent programme which celebrates excellence in commercial property, has launched its 2017 programme including a refreshed list of categories and an independent judging panel of 18 experts drawn from across the commercial and public property sector in Scotland.
The 4th annual Scottish Property Awards, the independent programme which celebrates excellence in commercial property, has launched its 2017 programme including a refreshed list of categories and three new judges.
The Scottish Property Awards 2017 heads to Edinburgh next year and will take place on Thursday 2nd March at the Corn Exchange. Once again, the annual celebration will bring together the breadth of the industry including developers, funders, architects, councils, agents, professional advisers and contractors.
Fiona Morton, the former managing partner and chairman of Ryden, returns as chair to lead the expert judging panel of 18 people, drawn from across the Scottish property industry.
In addition, the panel is joined for the first time by Paul Curran, Managing Director of Quartermile Developments and Vice Chair of the SPF alongside Gail Hunter, Regional Director of RICS Scotland and Graham Ross, Deputy Chair of Architecture and Design Scotland.
Last year’s programme reviewed 40 new developments undergoing construction in Scotland and welcomed 700 people to the to celebrate the achievements in the sector with the ultimate award of the night being presented to Drum Property Group for the second year in a row.
The awards are free to enter and entrants have until Friday 14th October 2016 to submit their work. Organisations are invited to enter as many categories as they wish.
These key sector awards raise funds for the charity ‘It’s Good 2 Give’ currently building The Ripple Retreat – a luxury residential holiday home which will be gifted to families with children who have cancer. The 2800 sq. ft. property is located on the shores of Loch Venacher in the Trossachs National Park and is being constructed by John Dennis group and has been designed by award winning architect, Tony Kettle.