Excitement builds as entries invited for property awards
- Credit: Archant
Entries are now being welcomed for the Suffolk Property Awards, which will be handed out at a glittering awards dinner on November 14 at All Manor of Events in Henley. This is a new initiative for 2013 which is being supported by Archant, whose titles include the East Anglian Daily Times.
Categories span building surveying, architectural services, sales and lettings, design, legal services and building projects amongst others.
Entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts including Bob Kindred MBE along with category sponsors and the deadline for submitting entries is 6th September at 5pm. The evening will be hosted by BBC Look East’s David Whiteley.
For more information on the categories and their criteria, how to enter and buy tickets visit the website at www.suffolkpropertyawards.co.uk
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Property Maintenance company of the Year – sponsored by Dayle Bayliss Associates LLP
This category is open to any property maintenance company that provides services throughout Suffolk. Focusing on customer service and employee development, this award aims to honour the best employers and those achieving their planned growth targets. Judges will hope to see evidence of happy clients and successful projects.
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RICS East of England board member Dayle Bayliss, who is sponsoring the category, is looking forward to judging what she is sure will be a very competitive category. “In my day job I come across lots of property maintenance companies so I know there are some really great ones here in Suffolk and I’m looking forward to seeing some strong entries.”
Contractor of the Year – sponsored by Lexia
This category is seeking to recognise the most outstanding contractor in Suffolk. Judges will be looking for evidence of business success and development, a sustained high quality of work and proof that you are not just good, you outperform your peers. Judges will also take finances and business growth into consideration. This is one of the flagship awards of the evening and so competition will be tough.
There are still some of categories which are available for sponsorship. If you’d like to get involved, support a blossoming industry and increase your brand awareness please contact Abi Gagen at Lexia on firstname.lastname@example.org