Sunday, September 27, 2020

Nominations open: East Midlands Business Link’s Bricks Awards return for 2020

East Midlands Business Link’s prestigious Bricks Awards will return in 2020 to recognise the outstanding work of those shaping the landscape of our region.

The independent awards and publicity programme recognises development projects and people in commercial and public building across the East Midlands – from offices, industrial and residential, through to community projects such as leisure schemes and schools.

The winners of each category will be celebrated at a glittering awards event on Wednesday 25th March 2020, at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground in the Derek Randall Suite. Over 150 property and construction professionals attended the event in 2019.

Nominations for the awards are now open.

The award categories include:

Donald Ward, Commercial Manager at Ward, one of the event’s returning sponsors, said: “We were very keen to sponsor the Bricks Developer of the Year category again for 2020. As a supplier and partner to the construction industry for many years, we understand the difficult landscape that developers are operating in. To be able recognise their achievements and contribution to the region through the Bricks Awards is a great way for us to further support the sector.”

Wynbrook, winner of the Residential Development of the Year category in 2019, stated: “Winning an East Midlands Bricks Award for Residential Development of the Year 2019 has had nothing but a positive effect on our business. I see the awards becoming a notable event in the construction calendar in future years.”

Tickets for the event can be bought here. Secure your place now to avoid disappointment.

Dress code is standard business suit.

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.

Some sponsorship opportunities are still available. If your company would like to get involved, please contact: a.cooper@blmgroup.co.uk

See the 2019 event here:

Thanks to all our sponsors:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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