Last night’s Yorkshires. Residential Real Estate Awards took place in a glittering ceremony at New Dock Hall, Leeds.
While guests celebrated incredible achievement in the region’s property sector, the awards also highlighted the challenges that families in Yorkshire face this winter. With one in three children in our region living in poverty, it’s never been more vital that we come together to make a difference. We’d like to thank everyone who gave so generously – your support means the world.
Now, onto the winners! We had some truly excellent submissions this year which made the judging process particularly difficult:
“The judges were delighted to see so many submissions for this year’s awards and really impressed by the quality of them, reflecting the high calibre of both talent and innovation in the industry right now. It was a difficult task choosing the winners from such a strong pool, and so those shortlisted should be very proud too” – Claire Brook, Womble Bond Dickinson, Chair of Judging Panel.
Meet this year’s winners
Yorkshires. Rising Star – Sponsored by Johnson Mowat Planning
Winner: Zak Green, Harron Homes
Zak began his construction career as an apprentice bricklayer and has worked his way up now a site manager for Harron Homes. His commitment to quality and his successful track record at The Hawthornes development have led to him being assigned to manage Nevison’s Fold, Harron’s newest development in Barnsley and one of their largest.
Yorkshires. Lifetime Achievement Award
Winner: Tony Brooks, Moda
From humble beginnings, at 16 Tony formed his first construction company, undertaking a number of mixed use projects across Yorkshire. Working on listed building restorations combined with traditional housebuilding he honed his skillset and understanding leading to a hugely successful career. In 2014 along with his sons Dan and Oscar and the Caddick family, he formed Moda Living which has pioneered and led the UK BTR sector with a current development pipeline of 24,000 multi family, single family and PBSA homes and a gross development value of £6.8bn with a growing presence in over 20 UK cities.
Best Residential Operator – sponsored by Monroe Estate Agents
Winner: Springfield Healthcare
A unique, family-owned operator in the residential care sector who pride themselves on being a business that keeps people at the heart of everything they do. Their 7 luxury care homes are home to 500 residents and offer a full care pathway alongside compassionate and person-centred care.
Best Large Development – Sponsored by SCP
Winner: The Climate Innovation District
Citu’s flagship development will comprise 955 homes ranging from apartments to townhouses, and a handful of commercial units, in addition to a multi-generation building made up of a two-form primary school, care home, and 50 affordable housing units.
Best Small Development – Sponsored by Hampshire Trust Bank
A true collaboration project to create a desirable range of homes on a challenging site within a steep hillside setting, resulting in a scheme that innovatively cuts into the slope and benefits from spectacular views across the Nidd Valley at every floor level.
Best Small Agent – Sponsored by Edward Architecture
Winner: Monroe Estate Agents
Set to open their third office since opening their first in March 2021, Monroe have fast earned a reputation for outstanding marketing, have the highest number of exclusive 5-star reviews for an estate agent in Leeds, and have become a well-recognised and credible commentator on the market.
Best Large Agent – Sponsored by Walker Morris
An independent agent offering sales, lettings and new homes services across South Yorkshire and North East Derbyshire, Redbrik have hit a number of milestones and accreditations over the last 10 years including the completion of over 9,000 sales and seven years in the Best Estate Agent Guide.
Best Residential Consultancy Practice – Sponsored by the Yorkshire Post
Winner: Andrew Moseley Associates
One of the fastest growing, dynamic and respected transport planning and infrastructure engineering consultancies in Yorkshire. Between June 2022-23, they worked on 630 sites, of which 310 were residential schemes, with over a 99% planning success rate.
Best in BTR – Sponsored by DS.Emotion
Winner: Moda, New York Square
· The biggest build-to-rent development in Leeds since 2019. This is a £150m, 515-home build-to-rent neighbourhood features state-of-the-art amenities, leading smart technology and a highly trained resident services team.
Developer – Sponsored by Womble Bond Dickinson
Winner: Beal Homes
· A family-owned business with an outstanding reputation for exceptional developments, high-quality homes, a bespoke home design service, remarkable customer experience and supporting the community. As a responsible housebuilder, Beal is passionate about creating superb and sustainable developments.
ESG Excellence – Sponsored by MODA Living
Through The Climate Innovation District, Citu have demonstrated how ESG systems can be applied to create a more equitable and sustainable future. By prioritising sustainable and ethical practices, Citu have proven that change in a historically traditional industry is possible.
We’d like to extend a huge congratulations to all the shortlisted organisations and our very worthy winners and thank you to the sponsors for making this event happen. The generosity of the residential property sector this year has been absolutely incredible and will make a real difference to the lives of children across Yorkshire.
Missed out on this year’s event? The Yorkshires. Residential Real Estate Awards will be back on 17 October 2024. Register now to get a reminder when entries open and tickets go on sale.
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