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    Winners Announced in Scottish Property Awards 2024

    600 GUESTS GATHER IN GLASGOW

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    Finalists Announced in Scottish Property Awards 2024

    The finalists of the national competition for the best achievements in Scottish commercial property and real estate have been revealed after a thorough evaluation of submissions from across Scotland.

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    Graeme Bone Receives Business Leadership Award

    Drum Property Founder Honoured at SPAs24

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The Scottish Property Awards was founded in 2014 and aims to recognise the best new commercial and public buildings in Scotland.

The independent competition is judged by a panel of experts drawn from across the sector, bringing together industry experience and market knowledge to recognise the greatest achievements in the built environment across Scotland.

The Scottish Property Awards 2024 winners were announced on Thursday 29 February 2024 at the Doubletree by Hilton, Glasgow Central.  

 

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Scottish Property Awards

2024 Winners

  • Deal of the Year

    Winner: Ardersier Port, Inverness (Haventus, Quantum, Brodies)
    presented by:
  • Business Leadership Award

    Winner: Graeme Bone
    presented by:
  • ESG Refurbishment of the Year

    Winner: Paisley Learning & Cultural Hub by Renfrewshire Council & Collective Architecture
    presented by:
  • Architectural Excellence Award (Public Use)

    Winner: National Manufacturing Institute Scotland by HLM Architects
    presented by:
  • Architectural Excellence Award (Commercial Use)

    Winner: Eastworks by Sheppard Robson, INCH Architecture + Design
    presented by:
  • Small Development of the Year (Commercial Buildings)

    Winner: New Olympia House by Redpath Construction + Clyde Gateway Developments
    presented by:
  • Large Development of the Year (Commercial Buildings)

    10 Clyde Place, Buchanan Wharf by Drum Property Group
    presented by:
  • Small Development of the Year (Public Buildings)

    Winner: Beatlie School Campus by Hub South-East & West Lothian Council
    presented by:
  • Large Development of the Year (Public Buildings)

    National Manufacturing Institute Scotland by University of Strathclyde + HLM Architects
    presented by:
  • Student Accommodation of the Year

    Winner: Iona Street by Watkin Jones Group + Manson
    presented by:
  • Build to Rent Development of the Year

    Highly Commended: G3 Square, Glasgow by Drum Property Group and Edmond de Rothschild Real Estate Investment Management
    presented by:
  • Build to Rent Development of the Year

    Winner: PLATFORM- Anderston Quay, Glasgow
    presented by:
  • Retail & Leisure Agency Team of the Year

    Winner: JLL
    presented by:
  • Office Agency Team of the Year

    Winner: Avison Young
    presented by:
  • Industrial Agency Team of the Year

    Winner: Ryden
    presented by:
  • On behalf of the judging panel, I congratulate all the finalists and winners in the 9th annual Scottish Property Awards. Reflecting on the judging this year, the process has again been very rewarding as, despite the many restrictions in place throughout the last twelve months, there is a very satisfying strength and depth in Scottish commercial real estate. I would like to express thanks to the judging panel for their time, consideration and advice in reviewing and debating the merits of each entry

    Alan Robertson, Chair of the Judging Panel