For more than a decade The Herald Property Awards for Scotland have been turning the spotlight on developers and house builders, seeking out the best the industry has to offer.

The awards have set a new standard, challenging established firms and new players to aim high and build quality homes that meet the demands of the 21st century.

This year’s awards are sponsored by Bruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers, Daw Signs, Daw Kitchens, Porcelanosa, Rettie, Ross & Liddell, Scullion LAW, Space & Time Media and Lowther Homes part of Wheatley Group.

The search for this year’s winners is now under way and in the months ahead a team of judges, comprising some of the most experienced and influential figures in property in Scotland, will examine in detail the nominees in the 17 categories ranging from Best Luxury Home to Affordable Housing.

Previous winners that have shown such impressive qualities include Croftfoot St Julie’s, a development that was named Affordable Housing Development of the Year.

Nicholas Scullion, managing director of Scullion LAW, said: “We have specialised in conveyancing for over 40 years and know how much energy and effort goes into client care thus it’s an honour to be able to work alongside like-minded professionals with a passion for service. We would like to encourage everyone across Scotland to enter.”


Chris Kerr, General manager of Porcelanosa Scotland, said: “Every year we are impressed by the standard of the entrants and we are delighted to put our name to such an established and important event”.

Alec Cassidy, finance director of Ross and Liddell, said: “It’s been an honour and a privilege to help The Herald celebrate all the achievements in house building over the years. We are very proud to be sponsoring the Best Luxury Home category and look forward to again being part of this year’s judging process.”


Entries are open and close on June 10. Entry forms for all categories, with the exception of Estate Agency of the Year, which must be voted for online, can be downloaded from: