The 2022 Midlands Props Awards shortlist has been revealed, with representatives from over 20 property firms selected by the judges for their outstanding qualities.

The inaugural awards, hosted by TV presenter and property expert Jonnie Irwin, recognise the leaders making a difference in the world of Midlands real estate. They are sponsored by Bond Wolfe and raise funds for Variety. The awards ceremony takes place on Thursday, 28 April 2022 at Birmingham’s Grand Hotel.

The awards encompass a wide range of categories, including Industrial Deal of the Year, Residential Project of the Year and Rising Star Award.

James Mattin of headline sponsor Bond Wolfe said: “It was fantastic to receive such an excellent standard of entries. The quality of the submissions really showed the strength we have in the property sector across the Midlands.

“Congratulations to everyone who has made the 2022 shortlist and we look forward to celebrating their achievements – and announcing the winners – at the awards on 28 April.”

The awards are sponsored by Bond Wolfe, Emmaus Consulting, Godwin Developments, Keepmoat Homes, Prosperity Developments, Rainier Developments and Strategic Land, Savills and TheBusinessDesk.com.

The Midlands Props Awards build on the success of the London Props Awards, which have been running since 1992, and have raised over £10.5 million enabling Variety, the Children’s Charity, to support children and young people throughout the UK.

Midlands Props Awards 2022 shortlist

Regeneration project

Chancerygate Ltd / Bridges Fund Management / Frontier Development Capital

for joint regeneration of the former Meggitt Aerospace Factory, Coventry

Complex Development Projects and Bromwich Hardy LLP

for regeneration including creation of the Coventry Telegraph Hotel, Coventry

MEPC

for completion of phase one of Paradise, Birmingham

Residential developer of the year

Cordia Blackswan

for Bradford Works shared living scheme, Birmingham

Prosperity Developments

for Urban Living pipeline, Birmingham

Keepmoat Homes

for Spirit Quarters Development, Coventry

Office deal of the year

Bromwich Hardy LLP

for sale of Bishops House on Tachbrook Park, Warwick

Sterling Property Ventures

for lease of 103 Colmore Row, Birmingham

CBRE

for ARUP pre-let at Paradise, Birmingham

Investment deal of the year

MEPC

for purchase of Octagon residential tower at Paradise, Birmingham

St James Securities Group Ltd

for Becketwell regeneration scheme, Derby

The Galliard Apsley Partnership

for funding new homes for Soho Wharf Regeneration scheme, Birmingham

Rising star

Grace Allen – CBRE

Nick Bryson – LCP Ltd

Sam Cooper – Bromwich Hardy LLP

Industrial deal of the year

Rigby & Co Ltd

for former Celanese engineering plant site at Spondon, Coventry

Trebor Developments LLP

for new build project, Redditch

Stoford Developments Ltd

for pre-let of phase 1 at Stafford North Business Park, Staffordshire

ESG award

Ilke Homes

for zero-carbon housing solution

Sterling Property Ventures

for sustainable district heating system

Midland Heart

for carbon reduction plan for its estate

Event info:

https://themidlandspropsawards.co.uk/

For more details please speak to:

Lyn Staunton, Midlands Development Director

Variety, the Children’s Charity

midlands@variety.org.uk