Herald - The regeneration of an historic fisheries building in Peterhead into flats for affordable rent, a new social housing development on the site of Edinburgh Fort and the transformation of a former garment factory in Glasgow’s Merchant City into contemporary office and retail space are amongst the finalists shortlisted in this year’s Herald Property Awards in association with SP Energy Networks.

Thirty two homes, apartments, developments and commercial projects are in the running for the most prestigious property awards in Scotland, following an in-depth judging process carried out by a team of industry experts.

Sixteen awards in total are being contested in categories ranging from Best Family Home to Best Renovation or Conversion Our finalists, who include developers, property teams and estate agencies are shortlisted in four team categories that recognise those who have made an outstanding contribution to the property industry in Scotland.

They will have to wait until the awards dinner, which will take place on Thursday, September 27 to discover their fate. The announcement of the finalists has brought praise from the sponsors of this year’s awards.

SP Energy Networks said: “Our congratulations go to all of the finalists. We are proud to be part of the Herald Property Awards which help celebrate the very best of the property sector.”

Phil Prentice, Chief Officer at Scotland’s Towns Partnership said: “Scotland has been recognised recently as the most beautiful country in the world and it’s in the top 10 bucket list for Rough Guide’s global must-visit places.

“This little country invented much of the modern world and towns like Paisley, Kilmarnock and Dundee were global giants. But things move on and we are now seeking to regenerate and repurpose our post-industrial towns and cities across the country making them fit for 21st century citizens. The Herald Property Awards help us to showcase the best examples of this journey.

“At Scotland’s Towns Partnership we are happy to be part of this fascinating story of reinvention.”

Shortlist: BEST REGENERATION PROJECT, SPONSORED BY SCOTLAND’S TOWNS PARTNERSHIP

RIVER CLYDE HOMES Broomhill, Greenock

ABERDEENSHIRE COUNCIL Caley Building

GLASGOW HOUSING ASSOCIATION AND LOWTHER HOMES PART OF THE WHEATLEY GROUP Harvie Street

PARTNERSHIP OF MUSE DEVELOPMENTS/ ABERDEEN CITY COUNCIL AND AVIVA INVESTORS Marischal Square.

For more information on how to attend the awards please contact Lyndsay Wilson, Events Director on 0141 302 7407 or email Lyndsay.wilson@heraldandtimes.co.uk

 

This article is an edited version of the original. Source: HeraldScotland

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