Ultimate mark of excellence for Singaporean real estate now open for public nominations in milestone year
- General public can submit nominations until Friday, 31 July 2020
- Nine Best Developer categories now in competition, plus additional Special Recognitions and Best Development titles
- Winning entries eligible for higher accolades at PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final where Singapore emerged as best-represented nation in 2019
SINGAPORE — 17 March 2020
The PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) calls on the general public to submit their nominations ahead of its 10th edition, to be presented by Kohler on Friday, 2 October 2020 at Shangri-La Singapore.
The public are enjoined to nominate their candidates until 31 July 2020. Nominations can be made online at: https://www.asiapropertyawards.com/nominations
A win at the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) remains the ultimate mark of excellence for real estate in Singapore: setting gold standards for developers that follow. This year, prospective entrants have a chance to win nine Developer awards, with the addition of the competitive categories for Best Sustainable Developer, Best Breakthrough Developer, Best Lifestyle Developer, Best Commercial Developer, Best Hospitality Developer, Best Industrial Developer, and Best Mixed Use Developer.
Singapore’s outstanding developers are invited to submit details of their company activities for a chance to win the Awards’ highly coveted special accolades, now expanded to include the Special Recognition in ESG, Special Recognition in Sustainable Design, and Special Recognition in Sustainable Construction.
The Development categories of this year’s Awards also include prizes for Best Ultra Luxury Condo Development, Best Private Condo Development, Best Executive Condo, Best Reconstruction Project Development, Best Retail Development and Best Hotel Development.
Key dates for the 2020 edition are:
- 31 July 2020 – Nominations Close
- 7 August 2020 – Entries Close
- 17-28 August 2020 – Site Inspections
- 1 or 2 September 2020 – Final Judging
- 2 October 2020 – Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony in Singapore
- 20 November 2020 – Grand Final Gala Ceremony in Bangkok, Thailand
The PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) was launched as the South East Asia Property Awards in 2011 – the first step in the regional expansion of the Asia Property Awards programme. The first edition of the awards was held at Hotel Fort Canning, joined by more than 300 guests including British real estate billionaire Nick Candy.
Last year, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) handed out 53 Winner trophies and 64 Highly Commended citations to deserving developers and projects throughout the city-state. The competitive categories had been expanded to 46, introducing titles such as Best Heritage Development, Best Mega-Scale Condo Development, and Best Strata Housing Development.
Winning developers went on to represent the country at the 14th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final in Bangkok, where they were accorded the plum regional prizes of Best Developer (Asia), Best Industrial Development (Asia), Best Residential Green Development (Asia), Best Universal Design Development (Asia), Best Co Working Space (Asia), Best Low Rise Condo Interior Design (Asia), and Best Condo Landscape Architectural Design (Asia). With seven winners hailing from the city-state, Singapore was the best-represented country at the Grand Final.
BDO, one of the world’s leading auditing and accounting organisations, has been tasked to ensure the ethicality, fairness, transparency and credibility of the 2020 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore).
The 2020 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) is supported by platinum sponsor Kohler; official portal partner PropertyGuru.com.sg; official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; official charity partner Right to Play; official PR partner Klareco Communications; and official supervisor BDO.
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