SHORTLISTS UNVEILED FOR YORKSHIRE PROPERTY INDUSTRY AWARDS

Keyland Developments Six Capitals Valuation Model shortlisted for Best use of Tech in Property Award

The shortlists have been announced for this year’s Yorkshire Property Industry Awards, showcasing the very best that the sector has to offer.

Unveiled in the August edition of Yorkshire Business Insider, the awards recognise businesses across the region in 15 different award categories. Attendees on the night will discover who our six judges thought most deserving of each title in 2021.

With submissions being of such a high calibre, narrowing down all of the nominations into shortlists was no easy task. Each category was competitive and demonstrates the talent across the region.

The hottest ticket in the world of property, this Insider awards evening attracts hundreds from across the industry to celebrate the achievements of peers and maybe even take home some glassware.

You can also read more about each shortlisted entry in the August edition of Yorkshire Business Insider.

Design Excellence Award
Shortlist:

DANUM Library, Gallery, Museum – Bond Bryan Architects Limited
Hudson Quarter – Fuse
The Place – Citu Design
Beton House – Whittam Cox Architects
Great Central – Qualis Developments, CODA Studios Ltd

Public-Private Collaboration of the Year
Shortlist:

Treadmills – Wykeland Group, Hambleton District Council
The Old Town Store – SelNat Ltd, Hull City Council
Whinney Hill and Chesterhill Avenue – Engie, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

Property Law Firm of the Year
Shortlist:

Bevan Brittan LLP
Addleshaw Goddard
Irwin Mitchell LLP
Blacks Solicitors LLP

Consultancy of the Year
Shortlist:

Enzygo Limited
DPP
Urbana Town Planning

Best use of Tech in Property Award
Shortlist:

AH Wellbeing 360 – Hero in partnership with Anchor Hanover
MMC, Tolent
Operance, Operance
Six Capitals Valuation Model, Keyland Developments

Agency of the Year
Shortlist:

Knight Frank
CBRE Ltd
Savills
JLL
Colliers
Carter Towler

Architectural Practice of the Year
Shortlist:

The Harris Partnership
Fuse
Watson Batty Architects Ltd
Whittam Cox Architects
DLG Architects LLP

Housebuilder of the Year
Shortlist:

Newett Homes
Redrow
Beal Homes

Fit-out / Refurbishment of the Year
Shortlist:

Cubo & Alto, 38 Carver Street, Sheffield – Staton Young
Bike & Boot Hotel, Scarborough – Turner & Townsend
Beton House, Park Hill, Sheffield – Whittam Cox Architects
Tailors Corner, Leeds – Hollis
Rapid test manufacturing and research facility, Abingdon Health – York Biotech Campus

Contractor of the Year
Shortlist:

Applebridge
Caddick Construction Limited
GMI Construction

Developer of the Year
Shortlist:

Scarborough Group International
Caddick Developments
Trebor Developments LLP
Wykeland Group
HBD

Commercial Property Deal of the Year
Shortlist:

The letting of the Third, Fourth & Fifth Floor (25 889 sq ft) of the Majestic to Channel 4 – City Square Developments
Pre-let of 133,118 sq ft office building at Thorpe Park Leeds to Lowell – Scarborough Group International
The letting of 83,012 sq ft at City Square House to DLA Piper UK LLP – Knight Frank
Acquisition of The Moor for £41m – New River Retail
The funding and design & build lease agreement of a 263,920 sq ft logistics facility at Wakefield Hub – Carter Towler

Residential Development of the Year (fewer than 50 homes)
Shortlist: 

The Pavillion, Newett Homes
WoodNook, Conroy Brook Developments Ltd
Sky House, Oughtibridge

Residential Development of the Year (more than 50 homes)
Shortlist:

Hudson Quarter, York – Palace Capital
Conditioning House, Bradford – Priestley Homes
Fruit Market, Hull – Wykeland Beal
Thorpe Park, Leeds – Redrow
Great Central – Qualis Developments, Coda Studios

Commercial Development of the Year
Shortlist:

The Majestic, Leeds – City Square Developments
Thorpe Park, Leeds – Scarborough Group International
Hudson Quarter, York – Palace Capital
The Glass Works, Barnsley – Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Arco Head Office and Fruit Market Multi-Storey Car Park, Hull – Wykeland Beal