The annual Scottish Property Awards were held last night and once again the event was a great success. Now in its 7th year, this was the largest awards since its inception in 2014, with over 800 guests in attendance at the EICC.
At Bruce Stevenson, we were excited to be involved with the awards for the fourth year in a row. Last night, we sponsored the ‘Student Accommodation of the Year’ award for the second year running.
It’s a very competitive category and the nominees were all worthy winners. So big congratulations to Whitehorn Hall by HLM Architects for deservedly scooping this year's award! Congratulations also to Riverside Quay by Susan Stephen Architects and Maven Capital Partners for the highly commended award.
The Scottish Property Awards has grown into a prestigious event within the property industry. The event celebrates the best new Scottish commercial and public buildings from over the last 12 months.
The standard of entries across of all the awards this year was fantastic and must have given the judges a tough time in choosing the winners. The awards are judged by a panel of experts drawn from across the sector, bringing together industry experience and market knowledge to recognise the greatest achievements in the built environment across Scotland.
Bruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers are proud to continue our involvement with the awards. As one of the leading property insurance brokers in Scotland, we understand the challenges that each of the nominee's face, and how important it is to celebrate success stories in what is a highly competitive industry.
Organisers KD Media, one of the biggest independent event companies in Scotland – never fail to lay on a great show and last night’s event was the best one yet. The professionalism and attention to detail from the team at KD Media ensured everyone present had a great time.
The finalists in the ‘Student Accommodation of the Year’ category were:
• Pittodrie Street by Manson and Watkin Jones Group
• Powell Hall by HLM Architects, University of St Andrews and Campus Living Villages Joint Venture
• Riverside Quay by Susan Stephen Architects and Maven Capital Partners
• Scotway House by Structured House Group
• Vita Student by Michael Laird Architects and Vita Edinburgh 1
• Whitehorn Hall by HLM Architects, University of St Andrews and Campus Living Villages Joint Venture
• Photo Credits – Martin Windebank for the Scottish Property Awards