Welcome to the Property Press Awards
12 May 2020 | Museum of London
Property4Media is delighted to announce the Property Press Awards 2020 will take place at the Museum of London on 12 May 2020. Recognising journalistic talent across consumer, trade, broadcast and online media, this prestigious ceremony will celebrate its 10th year in 2020.
The event is organised by Property4Media, the social network connecting the property sector with property journalists, and last year attracted almost 200 high-profile writers, PRs and industry executives.
The event also saw multiple records broken, with over 120 entries and 88 top journalists shortlisted. The winners were announced at a glittering ceremony and champagne reception at RSA House in Central London.
The Times’ Bricks & Mortar collected the fiercely contested Property Supplement of the Year Award, while George Hammond secured Newcomer of the Year. The Times’ former property supremo Anne Ashworth was recognised with a Lifetime Achievement Award, while Graham Norwood was crowned Property Journalist of the Year.
Judges included industry leaders such as Zoe Melarkey from Purple Bricks, James Raynor of Grosvenor Europe and Mark Bentley of NAEA Propertymark.
The Property Press Awards ceremony offers an unrivalled opportunity to mingle with the nation’s top property writers, together with executives from many of the industry’s most powerful brands. By sponsoring an award, or any other sponsorship opportunity, you’ll be creating an unbeatable corporate entertaining opportunity for your company.
The Property Press Awards are wholly independent and are free to enter for all journalists whose work has been published in the UK.
We currently have a limited number of sponsorship opportunities available ranging from award sponsorships to refreshment and bespoke event opportunities.
The Property Press Awards celebrate the sector’s finest journalistic achievements, recognising outstanding talent across the media spectrum.
Previous judges have included industry leaders from companies such as Purple Bricks, Grosvenor Europe, Knight Frank and NAEA Propertymark.