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23 Jun 2022 5:00pm UTC
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Insider’s Midlands Residential Property Awards is back bigger and better as the sector spearheads the region’s recovery.
The event, now in its seventh year, will showcase the best projects and developers over the past 12 months.
This year’s ceremony promises to be our biggest celebration of the sector yet.
The black-tie extravaganza comes as the focus on home building is bigger than ever because of its key role in the economic upturn.
The Midlands continues to be a major attraction to global investors as tens of thousands of white collar workers relocate to the region from London and the south-east.
Social Housing Award
Architectural Practice of the Year
• Corstorphine & Wright Architects
Residential Property Consultancy of the Year
• Highgate Land and Development Ltd
Skills & Training Scheme of the Year
• Baily Garner
Urban & City Living Developer of the Year
• Wavensmere Homes
Emerging Property Person of the Year
• Sophie Smith, Spitfire Homes
Residential Property Management Agent of the Year
• Encore Estate Management Ltd
Housebuilder of the Year
• Keepmoat Homes
Apartment Development of the Year
• The Waterside Apartments, Nottingham (Monk Estates, Leonard Design Architects)
Property Law Firm of the Year
Small Residential Development of the Year (fewer than 100 units)
• Haseley Manor, Hatton, Warwickshire (Spitfire Homes, Lapworth Architects, T Jones Building, Ventrolla, William Parrot Masonry)
Residential Development of the Year (more than 100 units)
• Snow Hill Wharf, Birmingham (St Joseph Homes, Grid Architects)
Placemaking Project of the Year
• Houlton, Rugby (Urban & Civic, Aviva Investors, Redrow Homes, Crest Nicholson, Morris Homes, Davidsons Homes, Civic Living)
Residential Regeneration Project of the Year
• Port Loop, Birmingham (Urban Splash, Places for People, Canal & River Trust, Birmingham City Council)
Property Deal of the Year
• Homes England’s acquisition of two land parcels totaling 92 hectares in south-west Rugby (Homes England, Tritax and Warwickshire County Council)
Property Personality of the Year
• Anthony McCourt, Court Collaboration