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Entries open for South West Residential Property Awards 2024


Entries open for South West Residential Property Awards 2024

Insider’s South West Residential Property Awards 2024 are open for entries, which will honour the great and the good from the region’s residential property and housebuilding sector.

With several impressive developments both in the works and having completed across 2023 and into 2024, it promises to be a stellar and highly-competitive year for our regional celebration.

With the event taking place on 18 April 2024 at Sandy Park in Exeter, there are 11 award categories up for grabs at the gala dinner event, including a new one highlighting the important work of the South West’s residential operators.

Our awards will reward the excellence of housebuilders, place-makers, consultants and advisers, alongside an array of developments that have been completed over the last 12 months.

The award categories are:

  • Affordable Housing Development of the Year
  • Consultancy / Advisory Team of the Year
  • Sustainability and Social Impact Award
  • Small Residential Development of the Year (21 to 100 units)
  • Large Residential Development of the Year (more than 100 units)
  • Boutique Development of the Year (fewer than 20 units)
  • Architect of the Year
  • Housebuilder of the Year
  • Residential Operator of the Year
  • Place-making Award
  • Deal of the Year

Entries are open, with this year’s categories and criteria available here.

The deadline for submissions is 1 February 2024, with entries from across the South West already coming in thick and fast.

The sponsors of the South West Property Awards include Lovell and Cambridge & Counties Bank.

To sponsor the awards, contact Will Allen at will.allen@newsco.com or call 0117 981 4040.

To book your table at the awards night, please click here.

If you have any event queries please contact Kelly Mitchell at kelly.mitchell@newsco.com or call 0161 686 2426.



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