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Thames Valley Property Awards: finalists announced

By Tim Wickham
3 November 2021
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A highly impressive line-up of finalists has been unveiled in the 2021 Thames Valley Property Awards. Winners in 18 award categories will be revealed during a gala evening of celebrations at the Pavilion, Ascot Racecourse, on 9 December.

The awards are the leading commercial property event in the region, recognising the contributions of property agents, developers, planners, consultants, property lawyers, and dealmakers to the success of the sector. They are sponsored by Arena, BP Collins, Boyes Turner, Campbell Gordon, Gateley Legal, Haslams, Hicks Baker, IBB Law, McKay Securities, Morgan Lovell, Rider Levett Bucknall, Savills, SEGRO and Vail Williams.

Commenting on the tough task the judges faced in selecting finalists and winners, Peter Laurie, Senior Adviser at awards organiser The Business Magazine, said: “The last 18 months have been like no other for the property sector and all of our finalists rose to the challenges they came up against. Businesses operating in both the commercial and residential property sectors have had to be agile in seeking new opportunities and these awards recognise their outstanding efforts.”

Finalists, sponsors and other guests will be entertained at the awards by host Marcus Brigstocke, one of the UK’s leading comedy talents. A special Outstanding Contribution of the Year award will be announced on the evening. The other award finalists are listed below.

The finalists…

Architectural Practice of the Year – sponsored by BP Collins

• Design Work Studios

• Jessop and Cook Architects

• JW Architects

• Philip Wadge Architecture

Business and Science Park Innovation of the Year – sponsored by IBB Law

• Arlington Business Park, Reading

• Howbery Business Park, Wallingford

• Watchmoor Park, Camberley

• Surrey Research Park, Guildford

Community Impact Award – sponsored by Arena

• Basingstoke Fire Station

• Compass Group (Select Car Leasing Stadium)

• SEGRO

• Waitrose

Co-Working Space of the Year

• Adapt by Arlington

• Mill House, Wooburn Green

Development of the Year – sponsored by Hicks Baker

• Forge, Woking – Hawkins/Brown

• Slough Urban Renewal – Moxy/Residence Inn and Novus Apartments

• Theale Logistics Park – McKay Securities

Housebuilder of the Year – sponsored by Boyes Turner

• Bloor Homes

• Shanly Homes

• Vanderbilt Homes

Industrial/Logistics Consultancy of the Year (By number of deals) – sponsored by SEGRO

• Altus Group

• Colliers International

• JLL

• Sharps Commercial

• VSL & Partners

Industrial/Logistics Consultancy of the Year (By sq ft) – sponsored by SEGRO

• Altus Group

• Colliers International

• JLL

• Savills

• VSL & Partners

Offices Consultancy of the Year (By number of deals) – sponsored by Morgan Lovell

• Curchod & Co

• Cushman & Wakefield

• Hollis Hockley

• Page Hardy Harris

• Savills

Offices Consultancy of the Year (By sq ft) – sponsored by Morgan Lovell

• Campbell Gordon

• CBRE

• Cushman & Wakefield

• Hollis Hockley

• Savills

Office Design Specialist of the Year – sponsored by Campbell Gordon

• Agile working zone for global pharmaceutical office – Glenside Commercial Interiors

• Countryside Properties, Brentwood – Morgan Lovell

• Newbury Building Society – Morgan Lovell

• Keepers Cottage (Bearwood Lakes Golf Club) – Oaktree Interiors

• University of Surrey – Morgan Lovell

Property Deal of the Year – sponsored by Haslams

• Duo, Marlow - Chancerygate

• Letting to Amazon – McKay Securities

• Three Mobile – Campbell Gordon

Property Law Firm of the Year – sponsored by Vail Williams

• Boyes Turner

• BP Collins

• Gateley Legal

• IBB Law

• Winckworth Sherwood

Residential Development of the Year – sponsored by Gateley Legal

• Ash Hurst, Goring – Elegant PPM

• Sandhurst Gardens, Sandhurst – Bloor Homes

• Thames Quarter, Reading – Campbell Gordon

• The Cotterells, Lower Shiplake – Lucy Developments

• The Malthouse, Princes Risborough – Bijou Living

Sustainable Development of the Year – sponsored by Savills

• Here + Now, Reading – V7 Asset Management

• Springfield Meadows, Abingdon – Greencore Construction

• Theale Logistics Park – McKay Securities

The Morgan Lovell Workplace of the Future Award – sponsored by Morgan Lovell

• Design Work Studios & Thrive Co-working

• V7 Asset Management & Here + Now

• Arlington & Adapt by Arlington

• Union, Stockley Park

• 400 & 450 Longwater Avenue

Young Property Person of the Year – sponsored by The Business Magazine

• Megan Eighteen, Davis Tate/Haslams

• Natasha Gandhi, TP Architects

• Mithun Rabheru, IBB Law

• Daisy Sarson, Oktra