Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Meet the winners of Business Link’s 2018 East Midlands Bricks Awards

Over 130 property and construction professionals gathered at Trent Bridge County Cricket Ground Thursday evening (8th February) for Business Link Magazine’s annual East Midlands Bricks Awards.

The awards aimed to recognise and celebrate those behind the changing landscape of our region and reward the very best companies, teams and individuals. The event was an unrivalled opportunity to showcase the exceptional work carried out across our region over the past 12 months and network with property professionals from across the region.

The finalists and winners in each category are revealed below:

Most Active Agent – sponsored by John Pye Property

Winner: Innes England

Runners up:

NG Chartered Surveyors,

Pygott & Crone

Best upcoming Agent – sponsored by IoD East Midlands

Winner: Brodie Faint of Phillips Sutton

Runners up:

Richard Reed of John Pye & Sons,

Daniel Hawkins of CPA & Associates

Sustainable Development of the year – sponsored by JLT Specialty

Winner: Trent Basin by Blueprint (award accepted by Steve Fisher on behalf of Blueprint)

Runners up:

BioCity by Nottingham City Council,

University of Nottingham RAD Building by Lewis & Hicky

Residential Development of the Year sponsored by John A Stephens

Winner: Weavers Point, Derby by Redrow Homes (East Midlands)

Runners up:

The Pavilions by Cyden Homes

Highfields by Barratt Homes

Developer of the Year – sponsored by The Land Trust

Winner: Hodgkinson Builders

Runners up:

Jackson & Jackson Developments

Truelove Property

Deal of the Year – sponsored by Buckles Solicitors LLP

Winner: Phillips Sutton (Interchange 21 deal)

Runners up:

NG Chartered surveyors (Cync UK deal )

JLL Nottingham (Fidelity International Deal)

Young Property Personality of the Year – sponsored by Frank Key 

Winner: Jasper Caudwell of Pygott & Crone 

Runners up:

Ausra Uzukauskaite of Amber Properties

Dejan Stojsavljevic of Wates Construction

 

Excellence in Design – sponsored by Avant Homes 

Winner: CPMG Architects 

Runners up:

Core Architects

EKV Design

J Tomlinson

Overall Winner – sponsored by: Cartwright Communications PR & digital agency/RizkMcCay Design and Branding

Winner: The Discovery Building, BioCity by CPMG Architects, Willmott Dixon and Nottingham City Council

Runners up:

Trent Basin by Blueprint

Innes England

 

Michael Fisher, East Midlands Business Link Editor concluded:  “A special thanks to the many companies who attended and supported our East Midlands Bricks awards. And to the generous support of our sponsors: Press for Attention PR, Trent Bridge County Cricket Ground, The IoD, JLT Specialty, John A Stephen Builders Merchants, The Land Trust, Buckles Solicitors LLP, Avant Homes, John Pye Property, Frank Key Builders Merchants and Cartwright Communications PR & digital agency/RizkMcCay Design and Branding, without whom this event would not have been possible”

 

 

 

 

 

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