Over the coming weeks and months, many of the newest homes in Scotland are set to come under close scrutiny by some of the property industry's most respected figures.
The Herald Property Awards for Scotland honours the achievements of Scotland’s most innovative and successful house builders, developers and registered social landlords.
Since their inception in 2007, the awards have gained the respect and support of the new build industry as a result of the thorough judging process, and the high calibre awards evening which celebrates the winners and nominees in a range of categories.
As publisher of Scotland’s most comprehensive property guide, Scotland’s Homes, The Herald has a unique understanding of the new build market and there is a wide range of categories to ensure that all styles of properties and developments are recognised, from bespoke luxury homes to innovative social housing developments, from practical family homes to sympathetic renovations.
The award for Best Regeneration Project will be sponsored by Scotland’s Towns Partnership. On the launch of the 2017 awards, Phil Prentice, STP Chief Officer, said: “Scotland is a nation of towns and our future social and economic success will depend heavily on how we invest, nurture, innovate, support, repurpose and regenerate our towns. Scotland’s Towns Partnership is pleased to be working with The Herald again in 2017 to showcase the best regeneration projects taking place across the country.”
“There is so much regeneration progress being made across Scotland's towns and cities. Places like Inverness, Paisley and Dundee are reinventing their role and function using creativity, digital, life science’s and energy as new 21st century drivers. This event highlights the best of these regeneration projects and encourages others to follow suit.”
Deadline for entries is Thursday, June 1, 2017.
For more information on how to enter the 2017 awards please contact Claire Hunter on 0141 302 7319 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s black tie awards evening, bringing together figures from across the house building and development industry will take place on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Glasgow.