The two companies jointly lifted three awards at Oran Mor in Glasgow last night, taking the titles for best renovation and conversion, best non-housing regeneration project, and commercial property of the year.
The firms won the commercial title for Advocates Close, where hidden lanes in Edinburgh’s Old Town were turned into a vibrant leisure and business destination.
Stirling-based Crammond Select Homes won two awards. The company won development of the year for North Kersebonny Farm Steading, a luxury housing development in the shadow of Stirling Castle, and triumphed in the best family home (for developers building less than 50 units a year) for house seven at the site.
Held in association with Wheatley Group, this year’s Herald Property Awards attracted entries from all over Scotland, from John O’Groats to Campbeltown.
Alex McGuire, Wheatley’s group director of property, said: “The event was a great success and we were pleased to see some outstanding examples of innovations in housing.”
The winners and commended finalists were: Best show home, sponsored by Daw Signs: winner Bett Homes. Best luxury home (for developers building more than 50 units a year), sponsored by Ross and Liddell: winner AMA (New Town). Best family home (more than 50 units): winner Robertson Homes; commendation City Legacy Homes. Best family home (less than 50 units): winner Crammond Select Homes.
Best renovation/conversion: winner Christ Stewart Group and Morgan McDonnell Architecture; commendation Crammond Select Homes. Individual new build or small development: winner McInnes Gardner Architects; commendation Richmond Homes.
Best non-housing regeneration project: winner Chris Stewart and Morgan McDonnell Architecture; commendation Glasgow Building Preservation Trust. Best housing regeneration project: winner Land Securities.
Affordable housing development of the year, supported by GHA: winner CCG; commendation Coltart Earley Architecture. Commercial property of the year: winner Chris Stewart and Morgan McDonnell Architecture; commendation Collective Architecture.
Development of the year: winner Crammond Select Homes. Residential sales agents of the year, supported by Rettie & Co: winner McEwan Fraser Legal. Residential letting agents of the year: winner Clan Gordon.
Commercial property agents of the year: winner Ryden.
Property team of the year, sponsored by Space and Time Media: winner Glasgow Building Preservation Trust.