Monday, July 6, 2020

East Midlands Bricks Awards 2020 planned for October

In March 2020  East Midlands Bricks Awards had to be postponed in the interests of the safety of our guests and attendees. With lock down beginning to ease and COVID-19 rates in the UK flattening, we’re once more looking to our annual property and construction event.

The 2020 East Midlands Bricks Awards are now, provisionally, set to take place in October, which will no doubt be welcome news for those involved in  the property and construction sector following months of lockdown.

Steve Fisher, Group Editor of Business Link Magazine, the company behind the awards,  explains: “We want to ensure a safe environment for award winners and guests and, with the lockdown now lifting, we hope to be able to provide a specific date for the awards shortly.

“We will be working well within guidelines from the Government to ensure attendees will feel safe at our event and will be liaising with the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground so attendees  can look forward to attending without risk.”

The East Midlands Bricks awards is a prestigious event which runs every year and is an ideal way to form new connections and network, while celebrating development projects and people in commercial and public building across the region – from offices, industrial and residential, through to community projects such as leisure schemes and schools.

We thank you for your understanding and in the meantime provide the shortlist for the awards; the winner of each category will be announced at the awards ceremony. We look forward to meeting you all there.

Shortlist for the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2020

Contractor of the year – sponsored by Frank Key Group

D L Rhodes & Son

Wynbrook Ltd

Bowmer + Kirkland

 

Developer of the year – sponsored by Ward Recycling

ALB Investments

Henry Davidson Developments

St James Securities

 

Sustainable development of the year – sponsored by Forterra plc

Countryside Properties – Abington Place

Lincolnshire Showground – the EXO Centre

Leicestershire County Council – Snibston Colliery transformation

 

Residential development of the year – sponsored by Sterling Capital Reserve

Chevin Homes – Hall Farm, Kirk Langley

Wheeldon Brothers Ltd – Outseats Farm, Alfreton

Geda Construction Ltd – Low Street, Elston

 

Deal of the year – sponsored by IoD East Midlands

Fisher German – sale of land off Rempstone Road in East Leake

FHP & FHP Student Living – sale of the former York House

Salloway Property Consultants – Dunstall Park police station deal between Derbyshire Constabulary and Ivygrove Developments

Christie & Co – Lakeside venue deal

 

Most Active agent – sponsored by Blueprint Interiors

Salloway Property Consultants

Knight Frank

NG Chartered Surveyors

 

Architects of the year – sponsored by Ibstock

Design Haus Architecture

Falkner Browns

Allan Joyce Architects

 

Excellence in design – sponsored by Ibstock

Rayner Davies Architects – Wilford Care Home

Matthew Montague Architects – Repton School Sports Centre

Benoy – University of Nottingham Centre for Biomolecular Sciences

 

Responsible Business – sponsored by Press for Attention

Student Housing

Geda Construction

Leicestershire County Council

 

Commercial Development – sponsored by RSM

Rayner Davies Architects – Wilford Care Home

J Tomlinson – Airfield Business Park

G F Tomlinson – University of Nottingham Centre for Biomolecular Sciences

 

The Overall Winner, sponsored by Streets Chartered Accountants, will also be announced at the award ceremony and will be awarded a year of marketing/publicity worth over £20,000.

Thanks to our sponsors:

 

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Residential development of the year

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Developer of the year

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Deal of the year

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Architects of the year

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Excellence in design

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Responsible Business Award

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Commercial Development of the Year

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Overall Winner

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