A Yorkshire headquartered property group, that was established 11 years ago, has won a trio of coveted awards at the International Property Awards in London.
Priestley Homes won the best residential development award in Cheshire for The Paddocks in Knutsford. It also won the best residential renovation development award in West Yorkshire for its development, Cliff Oaks in Leeds.
The group’s construction division, Priestley Construction, also got in on the action winning the best new small hotel construction and design award in Cheshire for The Old Post Office in Warrington, which was delivered on behalf of its client, Deuce Hotels.
The International Property Awards celebrate the highest levels of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of the property and real estate industry. A world-renowned mark of excellence, the awards are open to both residential and commercial property businesses from across the globe.
Nathan Priestley, founder and CEO of Priestley Group, said: “These three projects are all very different. From the creation of new build grand-design style homes at The Paddocks, through to the careful restoration and development of a former private estate and the painstaking renovation of a historic former Post Office, to create what has become an award-winning hotel.
“What all three had in common, was our dedicated and professional approach to getting the job done, overcoming many challenges, and ensuring we kept to the very highest of standards. We are very proud of what we achieved, but to also receive third party endorsement from the International Property Awards panel, is massively rewarding.”