Dandara wins at UK Property Awards

Dandara wins at UK Property Awards

Posted 21 September 2017

Premium property developer Dandara has won 12 prestigious awards in the UK round of the International Property Awards.

Dandara, having now won more than 100 industry awards for design and innovation, has been nominated in every category it entered for the prestigious awards ceremony.

The 2017-2018 UK Property Awards recognised Dandara’s high standards of architecture and design on projects across the British Isles. The level of awards received – highly commended or 5-star – will be revealed at a gala presentation in London next month.

The Ballakilley development has won awards in the 'Architecture Multiple Residence' and 'Residential Development' categories
The Ballakilley development has won awards in the ‘Architecture Multiple Residence’ and ‘Residential Development’ categories

Submissions are judged against strict criteria and assessed by a 70-strong expert panel of respected professionals from throughout the industry, led by Lord Caithness, Lord Best, the Earl of Liverpool and Lord Thurso. Judging is focused on design, quality, service, innovation, originality and commitment to sustainability. The Dandara Group was recognised for its homes in Scotland, Isle of Man and the south of England. The Hazelwood and Stoneywood developments in Aberdeen took wins in the Architecture Multiple Residence, Architecture Single Residence, Property Single Unit, whilst Forbes Place, Aberdeen’s first build to rent (BTR) development, has been recognised in the Apartment - North East Scotland and the North East Scotland Lettings Agency categories.

Forbes Place has won awards in the 'Lettings Agency' and 'Apartment' categories for North East Scotland
Forbes Place has won awards in the ‘Lettings Agency’ and ‘Apartment’ categories for North East Scotland

In the Isle of Man, the Ballakilley development in Port Erin secured titles in the categories for Architecture Multiple Residence - North West England, Residential Development - Isle of Man and Property Single Unit - Isle of Man, for The Elm three-bedroom bungalow. Dandara’s development The Cardinals was successful in the Residential Development and Property Single Unit categories for Hertfordshire, while its Union House project in Tunbridge Wells took the Architecture Multiple Residence title for South East England.

The Windsor at The Cardinals has won the 'Property Single Unit' award for Hertfordshire
The Windsor at The Cardinals has won the ‘Property Single Unit’ award for Hertfordshire

Dandara Managing Director Seamus Nugent said:

“We are extremely proud to have now secured more than 100 industry awards recognising the high standards and quality of our developments across the British Isles, encompassing design, construction, customer service, finish and sustainability.

The UK Property Awards are widely respected as the largest and most prestigious honours in our industry, so we are delighted to once again receive such overwhelming recognition. They are highly competitive awards and all submissions are subjected to an extremely rigorous assessment by an expert panel. Our projects have been judged by strict criteria and standards, as well as against other leading developments from across the UK, so we can confidently say each award is well deserved and has been earned”.

Representatives from the Dandara group will be presented with the awards at the London Lancaster Hotel in October.

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