Sunday, July 5, 2020

Network with over 150 property and construction professionals at the East Midlands Bricks Awards

Shining a light on companies, projects and individuals in the East Midlands property and construction industry, the 2020 East Midlands Bricks Awards is also a “prime networking opportunity.”

Last year saw more than 150 property and construction professionals attend the event, and this year is anticipated to be even bigger and better.

The glittering awards ceremony will take place on the 25th of March 2020, at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground in the Derek Randall Suite – to buy your tickets, click here.

Speaking about last year’s event Mary Gharmount, associate and commercial property solicitor at Nelsons, one of the winning parties of Deal of the Year in 2019, alongside Fairgrove Homes, said: “Last year’s awards ceremony had an amazing atmosphere and, with more than 150 property and construction professionals from across the region in attendance, offered a prime networking opportunity.

“There was such a high calibre of entries so to be one of the 10 winners was a fantastic achievement and resulted in great exposure for Nelsons in the weeks that followed.”

Lorraine Baggs, Head of Investment at Invest in Nottingham, said: “It is wonderful to see the East Midlands Bricks Awards returning to Nottingham for another year. The prestigious event offers such a great opportunity to reward and celebrate property and construction professionals, companies and development projects across the region, while drawing professionals from across the East Midlands to our city and allowing new connections to be formed.”

Just two weeks remain to submit your nominations for the awards.

This year’s award categories include: Contractor of the Year, Developer of the Year, Commercial Development of the Year, Residential Development of the Year, Sustainable Development of the Year, Deal of the Year, Most Active Agents of the Year, Architects of the Year, Excellence in Design, Responsible Business and of course Overall winner.

Nominations forms can be found at this link https://www.eastmidlandsbusinesslink.co.uk/mag/bricks-2020/  Simply click on the title of a category to see its criteria and make your entries.

Programme:

4:30pm – Networking and reception drinks

5:30pm – Welcome and awards presentation

7:30pm – End of formal proceedings, guests and nominees are invited to stay and celebrate/network over drinks.

Watch last years’s event in the video below:

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