Scottish Property Awards
Night of celebration for property sector
The commercial property sector celebrated a year of success at a ceremony attended by more than 700 guests at the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh.
There were a record 90 entries for this year’s Scottish Property Awards which were judged by a panel of 18 property experts.
Among the winners were Dandara and La Salle Investment Management for the first institutionally funded build to rent deal in Scotland, and Martin Perry, who has led TH Real Estate’s £870m development of St James in Edinburgh.
Property company of the year was HFD Group for an office development in Glasgow.
BBC Scotland presenter Catriona Shearer and the comedian Des Clarke co-hosted the event.
Community Development Project: Castlebrae Business Centre
City Regeneration Project: Artisan Real Estate Investors, for New Waverley, Edinburgh
Industrial Agency team: Ryden
Investment Agency team: JLL
Leisure and retail agency team: Cushman & Wakefield
Office agency team: JLL
Architectural Excellence (public buildings): JM Architects, for James Gillespie’s Campus; Reiach & Hall (highly commended)
Architectural Excellence (commercial buildings): Michael Laird, for Ineos HQ, Grangemouth; Forster & Partners (highly commended)
Development (commercial buildings): Standard Life Investments & Peveril Securities, for 3-8 St Andrew Square
Development (public buildings): City of Edinburgh Council, for James Gillespie’s Campus
Student Accommodation Development: JM Architects and Oberlanders Architects, for Holyrood North Residence Hall, Edinburgh university; Empiric and Susan Stephen Architects (highly commended)
Judges Award of Merit: PagePark and Glasgow City Council, for Kelvin Hall, Glasgow
Property Funding team: Royal Bank of Scotland
Rising Star: Reeder Ness
Individual Contribution: Martin Perry, TH Real Estate, for St James, Edinburgh
Deal of the Year: Dandara and LaSalle Investment Management, Forbes Place, Aberdeen
Property Company of the Year: HFD Group, which developed the Morgan Stanley office in Glasgow