What a Night! The Property Management Awards brought together 700 people from the Property Management Industry from across 100 companies. We would like to congratulate all the finalists and offer extended congratulations to the winners and highly commended winners. To see who got the gongs on the night, please see the full list here.
See the highlights here:
The show is over for now and we hope you all had a fantastic time. A big thank you to all of you for making the event unforgettable. It was a special evening for all of us with amazing entries, incredible sponsors and an energetic audience. It could not have been possible without you all.
Highlights of the evening included all the Finalists and Winners; the stunning 60’s theme; our hilarious award host Andrew Ryan; our unforgettable table gifts and, of course, our amazing live entertainment Madhen and The Lovettes.
To view the pictures of the night see them in our collage video here:
(photos on our instagram/ twitter/ facebook – don’t forget to share these with your colleagues and friends!) #PMAs2014
We would love to hear from you if you have any feedback on the awards or thoughts on how we could improve for next time. Get in touch: email@example.com. You can also complete our feedback form by clicking here.
We would like to thank our judges Georgiana Hibberd – RICS, Bob Smytherman – Federation of Private Residents’ Associations and Ian Fletcher – British Property Federation and all of our sponsors.
This was the sixth year for our Property Management Awards, the event recognises the excellence and professionalism of all specialists working in the industry both at an individual and company level. Our theme of the SWINGING SIXTIES enhanced guests experience and add a little sparkle to the ceremony and dinner. This year, at the Troxy, guests traveled to the fab and groovy world when the Beatle’s were number 1 and Carnaby Street was the place to be seen!
Entrants are entered in to the awards in two ways; either by being nominated or supplying a supporting statement and entering themselves. Upon nomination the individual/company is contacted and invited to supply further materials to inform the judges exactly of their achievements in the past year.