Now in our third year, we will gather again on Wednesday 26 June to celebrate the East of England Property Awards once again in the New Dining Hall at Homerton College in Cambridge. The evening seeks to showcase the best of the East of England’s property industry presenting an opportunity to attend a unique black-tie event in Cambridge with leaders from across the property sector in a venue that can compete with any London ‘style’ awards evening. After all, who needs to go to London when you can attend a quality event close to home?
New Dining Hall, Homerton College, Cambridge CB2 8PH
Car parking is available on site or Cambridge Railway Station is just a short walk away.
- Thursday, 1st February 2024 – The Awards are officially open!
- Thursday, 28th March 2024 – No more submissions
- Monday, 29th April 2024 – Shortlist announced in The Forum – Eastern Echo
- Wednesday, 26th June 2024 – The Eastern Echo Awards at Homerton College
The Eastern Echo Awards is targeted at projects, people, and places that are located across the East of England and will be judged by a panel with extensive experience and knowledge. For the sake of clarity, this covers a range of property sectors (office, industrial, retail, life science and residential) located in the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
In the design and implementation of the awards, we will strive to reduce the carbon footprint of this event. For example, the decision on the location of the venue is near public transport stations, the use of digital ticketing in all aspects of event management, the limited use of paper where possible, the provenance of the food served, and the design of the awards, which will be made of recycled or sustainable materials. As the event approaches, we will incorporate initiatives into the event.
Celebrating success is an important part of business life and the giving of awards is a simple but effective way of saying – well done!
Judges will aim to cut the list to a maximum of four companies for each award which ensures that attendees have a reasonable degree of expectation on the evening of the awards. The Judges are ‘refreshed’ on an annual basis to ensure that there is a degree of change on the panel and that different views are heard. As a rule, we invite the Leader of the Year and NextGen winners to join the judging panel on a three-year cycle. Finally, where conflict of interests occurs, Judges are removed from the judging process and a degree of neutrality is preserved.
Complete the online Awards Entry Form – deadline Thursday 28th March.