Sunday, September 19, 2021

Speaker announced for the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2021

Peter Swallow, Chair of Destination Chesterfield and Managing Director of Bolsterstone Group PLC, has been announced as the guest speaker for this year’s East Midlands Bricks Awards taking place on Thursday 30 September at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.

Peter Swallow said: “I am very much looking forward to speaking at the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2021. Despite the challenges over the last 18 months the East Midlands construction and property sector has held up well and we have a lot to celebrate.”

The East Midlands Bricks Awards is an independent awards and publicity programme recognising development projects and people in commercial and public building across the region. The awards are split into 10 categories covering every aspect of the property sector and will celebrate the achievements and standards set by both companies and individuals.

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.

The Bricks also present an ideal networking opportunity, with the leaders of property and construction businesses from across the East Midlands in attendance.

Tickets are available for this highly anticipated event. Click on this link to book your place.

The event will begin at 4:30pm and continue until 7:30pm, with additional time thereafter for networking and celebrating.

Complementary drinks and canapés will be served on arrival. Dress code is standard business dress.

See the shortlist for the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2021 below:

Contractor of the Year – sponsored by Cube Construction Consultants

Horsman Construction

Wynbrook LTD


Developer of the Year – sponsored by Ward

G F Tomlinson

St James Securities


Morgan Sindall Construction

Commercial Development of the Year – sponsored by Frank Key

J Tomlinson – Adams Building, Nottingham College

Bowmer + Kirkland – Space Park, Leicester

Henry Brothers – MTIF Clifton Campus, Nottingham Trent University

Sustainable Development of the Year – sponsored by Viridis Building Services

G F Tomlinson – Nottingham Castle transformation

Henry Brothers, Nottingham Trent University – MTIF Clifton

University of Lincoln, BAM Construction – University of Lincoln Medical School

Residential Development of the Year – sponsored by Sterling Commercial Finance

Rayner Davies Architects – Clare Street

Chevin Homes – Chase Farm

nmcm – Trent Bridge Quays (Phase 1)

Most Active Agent – sponsored by Blueprint Interiors

FHP Property Consultants

Rushton Hickman

Wells McFarlane

Deal of the Year – sponsored by Hopkins Solicitors

Verdant Regeneration – acquisition of the former Stanton Ironworks in Ilkeston

Mather Jamie – sale of 17 acre site in Sutton Bonington

Chevin Homes – acquisition of the historic Milford Mills site in Derbyshire 

St James Securities – deal with Grainger for the BTR element of Becketwell

Architects of the Year – sponsored by OMS

Allan Joyce Architects


Haley Sharpe Design

Excellence in Design – sponsored by HTC Associates

Lincoln Science & Innovation Park

Space Park Leicester – Bowmer + Kirkland (owned by University of Leicester)

Centre of Excellence in Agri-food Technologies – University of Lincoln

Skills and Education Hub, Bassetlaw – Lindum Group (owned by Bassetlaw District Council)

Responsible Business – sponsored by Press for Attention PR

G F Tomlinson

Horsman Construction 

Harris Lamb

The Overall Winner, sponsored by Streets Chartered Accountants, will also be announced at the award ceremony.

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