Belfast Telegraph Property Awards 2018 now open for entries
THE Belfast Telegraph Property Awards for 2018 have just been launched and this year promise to be bigger and better than ever before.
We are delighted to welcome Electric Ireland on board as the main sponsor for the 2018 event and also announce the launch of three new categories, making a record 14 in total.
Every aspect of the property industry will once again be celebrated and the new awards reflect this ever- changing and evolving market place.
They include: Best Property Marketing of the Year sponsored by Barrett Signs; Innovative Use of Smarthome Technology sponsored by Openreach and Best Property Management Company.
Clare Mcallister, sales and marketing manager for Electric Ireland said: “We are delighted to partner with the Belfast Telegraph in the 2018 Property Awards.
“Since we entered the residential energy market in late 2015 more than 80,000 households have chosen to switch their electricity to Electric Ireland.
“This is down to our Smarter Living promise to make life better by offering simple, value driven energy solutions and to our passionate, on the ground team who offer dedicated customer service to our growing customer base.”
The awards in partnership with Electric Ireland offer a chance for agencies, developers, architects, designers and contractors to showcase their outstanding work at a glittering ceremony to be held on November 16 in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Belfast.
A two course lunch followed by entertainment will be hosted by TV personality Pamela Ballantine.
Our judging panel drawn from leading professional bodies within the industry will again be chaired by Professor Alastair Adair Deputy, Vice Chancellor of the University of Ulster.
Entries are now open with nominations invited in 14 categories carefully chosen to encompass every aspect of the property sector.
The closing date for entries is Wednesday, October 10 at 12 noon. Full details of categories and how to enter can be found at belfasttelegraph.co.uk/property awards.
Clare Mcallister, Professor Alastair Adair and Belfast Telegraph editor Gail Walker.