Ex­cite­ment builds for the big night


THERE is just two weeks to go un­til The Her­ald Prop­erty Awards for Scot­land 2018 in as­so­ci­a­tion with SP En­ergy Net­works.

This year’s event will take place on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 27, 2018 at the Dou­ble­Tree by Hil­ton, Glas­gow and amongst the 500 hun­dred prop­erty pro­fes­sion­als set to at­tend will be those fi­nal­ists anx­iously wait­ing to dis­cover if they have done enough to take home an award.

There are 15 categories this year in­clud­ing Best Lux­ury Home, Best In­di­vid­ual New Build or Small Development and Best Fam­ily Home as well as a num­ber of awards aimed at teams in var­i­ous roles through­out the in­dus­try who have demon­strated high lev­els of ef­fec­tive­ness and pro­fes­sion­al­ism.

Since they were estab­lished more than a decade ago, The Her­ald Prop­erty Awards for Scot­land have come to be recog­nised as the most pres­ti­gious ac­co­lades of their kind, thanks to the rig­or­ous se­lec­tion process that en­sures that ev­ery sin­gle prop­erty en­tered is scru­ti­nised on the ground by a team of judges, made up of some of the most ex­pe­ri­enced names in prop­erty in Scot­land.

The Chair­man is An­drew McFar­lane, a con­sul­tant with DM Hall Char­tered Sur­vey­ors, who said: “Amongst the numer­ous developments and build-sites that we vis­ited this year were some fine ex­am­ples of Scot­tish build­ing at its very best.”

What those are, how­ever, won’t be re­vealed un­til Septem­ber 27 when de­tails of the win­ners will be an­nounced at the glit­ter­ing awards cer­e­mony, hosted by co­me­dian and broad­caster, Des Clarke.

This an­nual din­ner is now recog­nised as a sig­nif­i­cant net­work­ing event for the prop­erty in­dus­try and the awards them­selves have helped to set new stan­dards for build­ing, high­light­ing in­no­va­tive de­sign, cre­ative use of space, at­ten­tion to de­tail and to the wider com­mu­nity in which the prop­er­ties are placed, as well as recog­nis­ing ex­cel­lence in cus­tomer ser­vice to ten­ants and the buy­ing pub­lic.

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