The Herald Property

Awards for Scotland 2022

The Herald Property Awards for Scotland 2022 will honour the achievements of Scotland’s most innovative and successful home and commercial builders, developers, agents, interior designers and registered social landlords. As publisher of Scotland’s most comprehensive property guide, Scotland’s Homes, The Herald is proud to organise these established industry awards which will once again showcase excellence in the property market.

Entries to the 2022 awards are now closed.

Finalists will be announced via The Herald in late August.

Tables to attend our 15th anniversary awards event in September are available now.

Deadline to purchase tickets: Thursday, September 22

EVENT
DATE

Thursday, September 29

Countdown to Awards Ceremony:

2022/09/30 19:00:00

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If you would like more information on the opportunities available, please contact Stephen Laughlin, Events Manager on stephen.laughlin@newsquest.co.uk or 0141 302 6050.

Categories

The Herald Property Awards for Scotland honours the achievements of Scotland’s most innovative and successful house builders, developers and registered social landlords. There are 17 categories to choose from, touching on key aspects of the Property sector.

Have you produced Scotland’s Best Show Home? Is the design and style created for the property and its potential purchasers? Judges will be looking for a design scheme which enhances the home’s interior space.

This category rewards spacious and stylish properties at the top end of the market. Design, quality of finish, landscaping, fixtures and fittings and location will be combined to create a spacious and well-designed home in the ideal location.

Affordability, good value for money and meeting the needs of a family with both young and older children are key criteria in this category. Judges will be looking for adaptability, space saving ideas, safety and convenience in a well-located property that has been designed and built with the family in mind.

Best Family Home (Small) – (199sqm floor area and under)

Affordability, good value for money and meeting the needs of a family with both young and older children are key criteria in this category. Judges will be looking for adaptability, space saving ideas, safety and convenience in a well-located property that has been designed and built with the family in mind.

Best Apartment

This category will reward a single, one-off building or scheme comprising apartments. Judges will consider the layout, design, storage, built-in features and interior specification and target market. The apartment should offer flexible living and convenience and successfully meet the needs of the target market.

Best Renovation & Conversion

This recognises an enterprising development or sympathetic conversion of a dated or derelict property which retains the best features of the original building while creating a modern home appropriate to 21st century living. Judges will consider the exterior and interior appearance as well as interesting adaptation of original features.

Individual New Build & Small Development

An individual new build property or small development (maximum of 10 units) in any style and setting will be rewarded in this category. Entries will be judged on the quality of design, layout, location, features and specification and energy efficiency.

Best Regeneration Project

Open to projects of all sizes and scales, as well as both public and private sector companies and partnerships. An example of such projects could include the regeneration of dilapidated buildings, housing schemes or town centres. Entries should show innovative use of brown field sites as well as architectural design and consideration for green issues. The project should demonstrate value for money and how the area has been revitalised for those who live and work there.

This category is open to registered social housing providers, charities, trusts or public bodies in partnership with a local authority and/or a developer for rent and/or shared ownership. The judges will be looking for evidence of how the development has impacted positively on the lives of local residents and contributed towards the regeneration of the area. Consideration will be given to the use of sustainable materials and building techniques, as well as the development’s impact on the local environment.

Commercial Project of the Year

The aim of this category is to recognise a commercial property which meets the needs of its target market. Open to projects of all sizes and scales, as well as both public and private sector companies and partnerships. This could be a new build, renovation or fit out project. Entries should show innovative use of materials and building techniques as well as architectural design and consideration for green issues. Entries will be judged on how well the property meets the needs of its target market along with the quality of design, layout, location, features, specification and energy efficiency.

Development of the Year

Site layout, design, range of house types and local amenities are key criteria in this category. Judges will be looking for a development which has been carefully planned to make the most of its location, resulting in a pleasant and desirable place.

Property Team of the Year

This category will reward an outstanding sales, marketing, construction or management team within the property industry. This could also be a supplier to the industry who can demonstrate great success. Judges will be looking for evidence on how the team has distinguished itself from the competition and how their efforts have contributed to the overall company’s success.

Residential Sales Team of the Year

Buying and selling property is recognised as one of the more stressful activities in life. A good sales team can do much to ease the stress as well as achieving a successful outcome for all parties. This category will reward an outstanding sales team in the residential market. Judges will be looking for evidence of how the team has distinguished itself from the competition and how their efforts have contributed to the delivery of a high quality, stress reducing, cost effective service to buyers and sellers alike. Innovation and commitment to the industry are also important.

An active private sector letting market is now a recognised a feature of the Scottish property market. A good lettings team can do much to not only achieve lettings but manage the tenancy to achieve a successful outcome for all parties. This category will reward an outstanding letting team in the residential market. Judges will be looking for evidence of how the team has distinguished itself from the competition and how their efforts have contributed to the delivery of a high quality, cost effective service to landlords and tenants alike. Innovation and commitment to the industry are also important.

This award will recognise an Estate Agency that has gone the extra mile for their clients. We are looking for an agency who are innovative in their approach to customer service methods, business trends and marketing. Judges will be looking for evidence on how the agency has established themselves as the go to company for their area, and as a result how this has driven the agency’s growth and success rates.

Interior Design Project of the Year

This category will look to reward a well-planned, well-designed and well-executed interior brief for a residential or commercial property where the designer(s) has helped their client meet their interior design goals.

New for 2022! As we head towards a zero carbon future this category aims to recognise those who have already begun that journey and are today delivering a product which is ready for the future challenges. The purchase of a property is a long term investment and choices made today have long term effects. Homes created must however still meet the needs of occupiers. Entries will be judged on the quality of design, layout, location, features and specification, local amenities (reduction on car dependence) energy efficiency, green aspects (non carbon heating, solar/wind generation, future proofing, recycyling, electric vehicle charging points).

Judges

JUDGING PANEL CHAIR

Andrew McFarlane LLM DipBS FRICS FBEng FCIArb
Consultant, DM Hall Chair of Judging Panel

Tom Barclay BSc, MBA, FRICS, CIHCM, MIoD
Professional Group Director of Property and Development

Richard Blair
Business Development Manager, Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd

Beverley Brown BA
Property Writer/Scotland’s Homes

Alexander Cassidy
Director, Ross and Liddell

Alison Glen BSc (Hons) BArch RIBA ARIAS NRAC
Director & Access Consultant, Barham Glen Architects Ltd

Richard Hepburn
Managing Director, Landmark Scotland

Donna Milton
Managing Director, Arneil Johnston

Sara Seravalli
Creative Director, Double S Events Ltd

Doreen Smith
Partner, Doreen Smith Interiors / Creative Director, Sophia & Joseph

Event

The Awards Ceremony

We are celebrating the 15th anniversary of The Herald Property Awards for Scotland 2022 on Thursday, September 29 at the Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Central.

The evening includes a 3 course meal, entertainment, evening networking, the official event programme and the awards presentation.

Tickets are now available to buy via the link below.

Garry Spence

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If you have any questions or need more information on the awards, please contact Stephen Laughlin, Events Manager, on 0141 302 6050 or stephen.laughlin@newsquest.co.uk.

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