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Nominations open for Cambridge Property Awards

Cambridge Property Awards 2017

Cambridge Property Awards 2017Together with our co-sponsors, the Cambridge Building Society, Hill, Laragh, PEM and The Cambridge Roar, Barr Ellison is participating in the 2017 Cambridge Property Awards. In the fast-moving, vibrant world that is the Cambridge property market, these awards recognise great professionals, great organisations and great developments.

According to Helen Murphy, Head of Conveyancing: “There has been a dramatic upturn in residential development over the past five years, leading to Cambridge earning the nickname Cranebridge, and this market is expected to continue to be strong in the coming years. In this context, it is more important than ever to work with our agent partners as innovatively as possible in order to generate more value for all parties.”

Sponsoring Innovation of the Year Category
Barr Ellison’s real estate team delivers exceptional service and robust commercial as well as technical advice to a wide range of property sector clients. Our development team works with owners, developers, funders and occupiers on a host of landmark sites within the City. We are sponsoring the Innovation of the Year award because innovation is a core value that underpins the City’s economy. We believe that successful property businesses place innovation high on their agenda.

Elizabeth Deyong, Property Partner at Barr Ellison is a keen supporter of the awards: “We are privileged to act for clients throughout the property sector. We are sponsoring the Cambridge Property Awards to share with our clients and partners a celebration of all that is new and vibrant in the growth of our City.”

Nominations are open until 3 November and the winners – judged by an independent panel – will be announced at a gala evening on 7 December at the Dome in Impington. You are invited to submit nominations here. 

By Helen Murphy, Head of the Residential Conveyancing and by Elizabeth Deyong, Property Partner


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