Developers encouraged to enter awards for regeneration

Local developers playing a major part in the area’s regeneration are being urged to showcase and celebrate their efforts for this year’s North West Property Awards (NWPAs).

As areas cross the region continue to undergo a notable transformation, many businesses have contributed considerably to the extensive redevelopment programme.

To commend their investment and dedication, developers are being encouraged to demonstrate their incredible work on a wider scale by entering the prestigious awards, in particular the ‘Regeneration award’.

Regeneration Award NWPAs Kirkby Knowsley Countryside

In 2017, Countryside won the Regeneration Award for its Highfield Green development in Kirkby, Knowsley

This category looks for projects which have had a positive impact on the physical or environmental quality of a deprived place or the economic or social well-being of its community, including benefitting other businesses in the area.

The NWPAs was established 16 years ago and recognises the commercial and residential property sector across the whole of the North West.

One of the founders of the NWPAs, Kim O’Brien commented:  “Many towns are being transformed back into bustling communities and this is in part to do with local developers believing in the area and wanting to bring it back to life.

“We are looking to shine the spotlight on these innovative projects which have supported these various regeneration projects, helping put the area back on the map.”

The awards are free to enter and open to all residential and commercial property developers, agents and professionals.

There are 13 categories ranging from the ‘Best commercial scheme’ to ‘Best new home development’ as well as two new categories; the ‘community’ and ‘innovation’ awards.

Deadline for entries is Friday 25 June and the glittering awards ceremony will take place on 11 October at Lutyens Crypt, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.

To enter and for more information visit:

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