Saturday, May 30, 2020

Make 2019 your year – submit your nomination now for East Midlands Bricks Awards

Nominations have been flowing in for the 2019 East Midlands Bricks awards, but if you know a company that deserves to join previous illustrious winners on the East Midlands Bricks Awards winner’s wall, do please drop us a line by clicking here.

We want to leave no stone unturned in recognising the region’s leading architects, star developers, construction companies, those leading the way in sustainability and/or businesses providing the very best property service for their clients.

We want to hear about their achievements and the projects that they’ve been involved in.

Readers can nominate themselves or another company quickly and easily – just click here

Thanks to the generous support of the following sponsors the East Midlands Bricks awards will recognise and celebrate those behind the changing landscape of our region.

There are a number of categories to choose from, including:

Contractor of the year – sponsored by Frank Key Group

Sustainable development of the year – sponsored by Forterra plc

Residential development of the year – sponsored by Sterling Capital Reserve

Developer of the year – sponsored by Ward Recycling

Deal of the year – sponsored by Shakespeare Martineau

Architects of the year – sponsored by Blueprint Interiors

Most Active agent – sponsored by BLM Group

Excellence in design – sponsored by Harlequin Office Furniture

Overall winner – sponsored by Streets Chartered Accountants

The Overall Winner of the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2019 will also be awarded a year of marketing/publicity worth over £20,000.

Book your place at the awards nowto avoid disappointment!

Join property professionals from across the industry at Business Link’s East Midlands annual Bricks Awards, taking place on 28th of March 2019 – commencing at 4.30pm and concluding at 7.30pm – in the Derek Randall Suite at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

Complimentary drinks and canapés will be served at what promises to be a great night. Dress code is standard business suit.

A special thanks to our East Midlands Bricks 2019 Sponsors:

 

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