PropertyGuru’s prestigious international real estate awards series to laurel India’s finest across diverse array of categories
- Open categories include various accolades for developers and honours for outstanding real estate portfolio
- Entries and nominations are open to eligible companies and the public until 2 September
- Gala dinner to be held for the first time in India in October 2022
- Awards presentation will be streamed live to international audience via AsiaPropertyAwards.com and digital platforms
NEW DELHI, India — 27 April 2022
The prestigious real estate awards programme PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards lands in India for the first time to celebrate the third edition of the ceremony in the country.
Organised by PropertyGuru (NYSE: PGRU), Southeast Asia’s leading proptech company, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (India) will be presented in October 2022 in a year that confidence in the revitalised Indian economy is growing.
Barring economic disruption, the Indian housing market will become a trillion-dollar industry by 2030, according to research from PropertyGuru Property Report, the official magazine of the Awards. With end users moving demand drivers for the property market, new residential supply in India will continue to improve in quality in the coming years.
Following a successful virtual celebration last year, the 2022 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (India) programme will honour real estate achievements across a variety of developer, development and design categories, including honours for the real estate portfolio expanding across the Indian subcontinent.
- 2 September 2022 – Entries Close
- 19-22 September 2022 – Site Inspections
- 23 September 2022 – Final Judging
- October 2022 – Gala Event and Awards Ceremony in India
- 9 December 2022 – Regional Grand Final Gala Event in Bangkok, Thailand
Nominations and entries are being accepted here: https://www.asiapropertyawards.com/en/nominations/
Organisers of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (India) launched the 2022 edition of the programme at The Imperial Hotel New Delhi, where they discussed timely issues pertinent to the real estate sector.
Jules Kay, general manager of PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards and Events, said he looked forward to a good turnout of competitors this year as he called developers to cast their entries for eligible projects and companies in India. Real estate professionals and the public are also encouraged to nominate online.
Amit Khanna, managing director of Phoenix Advisers, and returning chairperson of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (India), delivered the latest updates on the Indian real estate market as well as the most salient trends therein.
The independent panel of judges, led by Khanna, will participate in a rigorous selection process shortlisting eligible entries and nominations to a wide array of categories. The 2022 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (India) gives the nation’s finest developers and design practices an opportunity to vie for 48 titles that will set them apart from their peers.
Setting India’s finest apart
Open categories include Best Developer (India) and individual honours for the best developers in Delhi NCR and Mumbai, as well as titles for condo, housing, and commercial development. Categories honouring green, eco-friendly, pet-friendly, mixed use, branded residential, smart building, and integrated work-from-home developments are also open. Various design awards will be given to honour achievements in architectural design, interior design, landscape architectural design, and others. The full list of categories is available at https://www.asiapropertyawards.com/en/award/india.
This year, the awards programme also seeks to honour the expanding assets of the nation’s most prolific developers, with titles in store for Best Operational Hospitality Portfolio, Best Operational Office Portfolio, Best Operational Industrial Portfolio, and Best Operational Retail Portfolio.
The selection process in 2022 will be supervised by the team of HLB, the global network of independent advisory and accounting firms, thereby maintaining the programme’s reputation for being fair, transparent, and credible. For India, the awards programme is supervised by Paul Ashburn, ASPAC Leader at HLB Real Estate Group and co-managing partner of HLB in Thailand.
Last year’s edition of the Asia Property Awards honoured fast-growing luxury property development company Sunteck Realty Ltd with the golden statuette of Best Developer (Mumbai), among other titles. The judges were impressed by the company’s aspirational, premium residential brands as well as world-class commercial developments.
Following Sunteck Realty Ltd’s lead, main country winners of the 2022 Awards in India will be eligible to contend for the Best of Asia honours at the 17th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final on 9 December in Bangkok, Thailand.
The October gala event in India will be streamed live via AsiaPropertyAwards.com and digital platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn, with hopes of reaching an international audience of investors, consumers and agents across the Asia Pacific region. The PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards virtual gala series, which began streaming in 2020 and continued in 2021, has garnered around 1 million views to date across multiple channels.
Established in 2005, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards has expanded over the years to cover not only India’s huge property market but also those of Sri Lanka, Australia, China, and Greater Niseko in Japan.
Organised by Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company, PropertyGuru Group, the 3rd PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (India) programme is supported by official portal partner PropertyGuru.com; official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; official PR partner FleishmanHillard India; and official supervisor HLB.
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