Entries now open for Michelmores’ Property Awards

PUBLISHED: 11:22 23 December 2014 | UPDATED: 10:02 06 January 2015

The South West Energy Centre was one of thr 2014 winners. Photo: Girts Gailans

The South West Energy Centre was one of thr 2014 winners. Photo: Girts Gailans

Girts Gailans

Entries are now open for the Michelmores Property Awards, which showcase and celebrate the very best of the South West’s property and construction industry.

Property developers, building contractors, architects and other industry professionals are being called upon to nominate buildings, projects and businesses from across Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset for the annual awards, which is now in its 13th year.

Previous winning projects have included schools, sport centers, universities, offices, heritage attractions and new housing developments such as the South West Energy Centre, The Research, Innovation, Learning & Development Centre and Eagle House in Exeter, Torre Abbey and Beechfield View in Torquay, and Gilbury Hill in Cornwall.

Emma Honey, Head of Real Estate at Michelmores, said: “During 2014 we have seen a number of highly impressive property projects come to life across the region, reflecting the vision and expertise right across the industry. These awards clearly demonstrate the importance of the South West property sector, and we look forward to celebrating the projects which have made such a significant contribution to our region’s economies and communities.”

For 2015, the eight Property Awards categories include: Commercial Project of the Year with a Value Under £5million; Commercial Project of the Year with a Value Over £5million; Building of the Year; Heritage Project of the Year; Eco Project of the Year; The John Laurence Award for Professional Firm of the Year; Residential Project of the Year 40 Units and Under and Residential Project of the Year 41 Units and Over.

Entry forms are available online and the deadline for entries is 23 January 2015. The winners will be announced at an awards dinner, held at Sandy Park Conference Centre in Exeter, on 7 May 2015.

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