Saturday, August 20, 2022

Winning “provided the motivation we all needed to see us through the last year” – enter the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2021!

Showcasing the East Midlands’ property and construction industry, those behind the changing landscape of our region, the prestigious East Midlands Bricks Awards will return on Thursday 30 September at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.

With nominations for the event open, now is the time to make your submissions.

Arran Bailey, Managing Director at ALB, which won Developer of the Year at the 2020 event, encouraged other businesses to get involved in the awards this year.

Arran said: “Winning the award gave our company and the employees a huge boost during COVID and provided the motivation we all needed to see us through the last year.

“I would recommend anybody to nominate themselves or deserving companies for the awards so people can get the recognition they deserve.”

Nomination forms can be found HERE.

Winners will be revealed at a glittering awards and networking event on 30 September 2021, at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground in the Derek Randall Suite from 4:30pm – 7:30pm.

After last year’s ceremony was moved online due to the Coronavirus pandemic, with restrictions eased, the 2021 celebration is to be held in person once again, providing a prime opportunity to connect with property and construction professionals in a safe and secure environment.

Book tickets now to avoid disappointment.

The East Midlands Bricks Awards, organised by East Midlands Business Link Magazine, is an independent awards and publicity programme recognising development projects and people in commercial and public building across the region – from office, industrial and residential schemes, through to community projects such as leisure schemes and schools.

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