Final days to enter NWPAs

Property firms across the North West have just days to go until entries close for this year’s prestigious NWPAs.

The deadline for submissions is this Friday (1 July), and those putting their projects and companies forward will have a chance to celebrate a year of success across the region’s residential and commercial property sectors.

Twelve accolades will be up for grabs when a glittering ceremony takes place at Lutyens Crypt in Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral on 20 October, and titles being awarded this year include Residential Property Agency of the Year and Best New Home.

Kim O’Brien, director of Move Publishing which is behind the NWPAs, says: “The NWPAs will recognise the very best in the North West property industry. With sell out success for tickets and tables and the backing from property firms throughout the region, this year’s awards is shaping up to be the best yet.

“With less than one week to go until entries close, now is a perfect opportunity to enter and get the recognition you deserve. I would encourage everyone to get their entries to us this week so you don’t miss out.”

An expert panel of judges with a range of geographical expertise and specialisms will consider the entries, and includes Elaine Cunningham, owner of Elaine Cunningham Design Studio; Eric Wright, partner at commercial agent Hitchcock Wright & Partners; Alastair Shepherd, director of architects Falconer Chester Hall; Leslie Martin-Wright, CEO of Knowsley Chamber of Commerce; James Glendenning, chief executive of the Greater Merseyside Learning Providers’ Federation (GMLPF) and Fiona Woodward-Kelly, owner of Woodward Kelly & Co Ltd.

Forth Homes is this year’s headline sponsor alongside associate sponsors MSB Solicitors, Redrow Homes Lancashire and North West, UK Business Supplies, Bridging Finance, Yu Property Group, Countryside, Paul Crowley & Co, The Foundry Agency, PCS Law and Elliot Group.

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