The South Coast Property Awards highlights the outstanding talent in the region’s property sector (commercial and residential) and is a key opportunity to bring together the Solent and South Coast property community.
Business Park of the Year sponsored by CBRE
Workplace Environment sponsored by Support on the Spot
Industrial & Logistics Property Consultancy sponsored by CoStar
Property Consultancy - Offices sponsored by CoStar
Commercial Property Consultancy (Client Service)
Town/City of the Year sponsored by Barton Willmore
Housebuilder of the Year sponsored by NatWest
Corporate Real Estate Executive or Team sponsored by The Business Magazine
Development of the Year sponsored by Trethowans
Property Deal of the Year sponsored by Ashville Asset Management
Scale-up Property Business of the Year sponsored by Smith & Williamson
Property Law Firm sponsored by Lambert Smith Hampton
Outstanding Contribution sponsored by Pegasus Group
Regeneration Project of the Year sponsored by Blake Morgan
Architectural Practice of the Year sponsored by McCarthy & Stone
The awards are organised and staged by The Business Magazine and supported by the Southampton, Portsmouth and Bournemouth property associations. Media partner is CoStar.
The South Coast Property Awards will be presented at a gala black-tie dinner at the Hilton at the Ageas Bowl on Thursday, July 13, 2017.
Hundreds of property agents, developers and professionals have already booked to attend this key event on the local business calendar.
Tables of 10 are priced at £1,700 ex VAT and individual seats are £180 ex VAT. The price includes drinks reception, three-course dinner and a half bottle of wine per person.
To book a table, please email email@example.com
There are sponsorship opportunities available – email Peter Laurie – firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
The Guest Speaker – Jeremy Vine
The guest speaker for the 2017 South Coast Property Awards is none other than Jeremy Vine whose daily programme, The Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2, is the most listened-to radio news programme in the UK, having overtaken Radio 4’s flagship Today.