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July 24, 2023

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Yorkshire Property Industry Awards 2022

Article Summary

  • The shortlists for Insider's Yorkshire Property Industry Awards 2023 can today be revealed, with a record number of entries submitted for this year's event.

  • North Property Group have been nominated for Consultancy of the Year.

  • North Property Group was founded in 2017 by Oli Banks and Tim Coen who have more than 20 years of experience between them.

The shortlists for Insider’s Yorkshire Property Industry Awards 2023 can today be revealed, with a record number of entries submitted for this year’s event.

The winners of 16 categories will be announced at a dinner on 21 September at New Dock Hall in Leeds. A Property Personality award will also be presented on the night to someone who has made a major contribution to the region’s real estate sector.

The shortlist represents a qualifying period from 1 June 2022 to 31 May 2023 and spans all types of development and firms across Yorkshire.

Insider’s Yorkshire editor Ian Leech said: “These companies and schemes represent the very best of property development here in Yorkshire, which projects the offer and quality of the region far beyond its borders.

“Firms were eager to recognise the hard work of their teams in the last year and rightly so, there’s been some magnificent work completed. It’s particularly pleasing to see such a huge number of entries in the Deal and Residential categories, which could have been susceptible to any downturn.”

Tables and tickets are available from Isobel Reade on 0161 907 9704 and

Design Excellence Award
Birtin Works, Sheffield – CODA Studios
Hushh House, Richmondshire – Elliott Architects
Cotton Mill, Sheffield – CODA Studios
Pounds Park, Sheffield – Planit-IE and Whittam-Cox Architects
Creative Centre, York St. John University – Tate + Co

Public-Private Collaboration of the Year
The Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP) (Leeds City Council, West Yorkshire Combined Authority, First Bus, BAM Nuttall, John Sisk and Son, WSP, Mott MacDonald and Capita)
The National Centre for Child Health Technology, Sheffield (Scarborough Group International, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield City Council and Legacy Park Ltd)
Renaissance Works, Huddersfield (SKA Developments and Kirklees Council)

Property Law Firm of the Year
Blacks Solicitors
DLA Piper
Addleshaw Goddard
Bevan Brittan
Irwin Mitchell

Consultancy of the Year
North Property Group
Deloitte Planning and Development Team
Dudleys Consulting Engineers

Sustainable Development of the Year
No.1 The Square, Thorpe Park Leeds – Scarborough Group International (SGI)
Elshaw House, Sheffield – Sheffield City Council and Queensberry
Mammoth 602, G-Park Doncaster – GLP

Agency Team of the Year
Knight Frank
Carter Towler

Architectural Practice of the Year
DLG Architects
Edward Architectural Services
The Harris Partnership
SMR Architects
Cartwright Pickard
DB3 Architecture

Housebuilder of the Year
Vistry Group
Yorkshire Country Properties
Beal Homes
MJ Gleeson
Stonebridge Homes

Fit-out of the Year
Lablogic Group, Sheffield Business Park – Dale Office Interiors
Department, Leeds Dock – Department and Kerr Interiors
8 Park Row, Leeds – tp bennett
1 Whitehall Riverside, Leeds – ADT Workplace Creative Hub, Bradford – Bowman Riley

Contractor of the Year
Hobson Porter
Torsion Group
Triton Construction
GMI Construction Group
Henry Boot Construction

Developer of the Year
Moda Living
SKA Developments
Torsion Group
Caddick Developments

Property Deal of the Year
Letting of 125,000 sq ft office space at 11 & 12 Wellington Place, Leeds, to Lloyds Banking Group by MEPC (JLL, Savills, CBRE)
Letting of the 64,955 sq ft Endeavour office at Sheffield Digital Campus to BT by Scarborough Group International (CPP, Colloco, Knight Frank, JLL, Addleshaw GoddardWalker Morris)
Letting of the 602,000sq ft Mammoth 602 logistics building at G-Park Doncaster to Maersk by GLP (Knight Frank, JLL, Osborne Clarke)
Letting of 55,000 sq ft office space at 1 Trevelyan Square, Leeds, to Leeds Trinity University by Kinrise (Knight Frank, Lambert Smith Hampton)
Securing of £140m funding agreement by Glenbrook from Legal & General for 500 homes at Whitehall Riverside, Leeds (Savills, CBRE)
Securing agreement for a research and development and manufacturing facility for Smith+Nephew at Melton West business park by Wykeland Group (CBRE, Race Cottam Associates, Quod, Local Transport Projects, FPCR Environment and Design, Turner & Townsend, Alan Wood & Partners)
Securing of £150m of investment by Urbo from Legal and General for the West Bar development, Sheffield (Sheffield City Council, Peveril Securities, BNP Paribas Real Estate, Asteer Planning, 5Plus Architects)
Pre-let of two million sq ft fullfillment centre at PLP Gateway 45, Leeds, by PLP to Amazon (CBRE)

Residential Development of the Year (fewer than 100 homes)
Birtin Works, Sheffield – CODA Studios
Fold Farm, Netherton – Holroyd Homes
Knowle Grange, Shepley – Yorkshire Country Properties
Greenholme Mills, Burley-in-Wharfedale – MMR Construction
The Limes, Crakehall – Newett Homes
Cotton Mill, Sheffield – CODA Studios
Fountain Fold, Ingbirchworth – Conroy Brook

Residential Development of the Year (more than 100 homes)
The Climate Innovation District, Leeds – Citu
Fox Hill Crescent, Sheffield – Countryside Partnerships
Highfield Road, Askern – Esh Construction
Woodfield Way, Doncaster – Keepmoat Homes
New York Square, Leeds – Moda Living
The Point, Thorpe Park, Leeds – Redrow
The Willows, Pannal Ash – Stonebridge Homes

Commercial Development of the Year
Dean Clough, Halifax – Dean Clough Ltd
Sunny Bank Mills, Farsley – Edwin Woodhouse & Co
Evri Superhub, Hoyland – Newlands Developments
Siemens Mobility factory, Goole – GMI Construction Group
The Globe, Slaithwaite – Hartley Property Trust
11 and 12 Wellington Place, Leeds – MEPC
iPort, Doncaster – Verdion

Refurbishment and Renovation of the Year
Manor House, Red Lion, Burnsall – John Wilkinson Builders and Bowman Riley for Daniel Thwaites
One Sovereign Quay, Leeds – DLG Architects and STP Construction for Charles Street Building Group
The Globe, Slaithwaite – Triton Construction, Eden Interiors and Halliday Clark Architects for Hartley Property Trust
Ledston Hall, Castleford – Purcell Architects for The Wheler Foundation
Pennine Five, Sheffield – Hadfield Cawkwell Davidson for RBH Properties
Renaissance Works, Huddersfield – JLEC Electrical, LMB Group and 1618 Architects for SKA Developments

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