With more than 130 entries in 18 categories received from 70 organisations from across Scotland, the judging for the 14th annual Scottish Home Awards – the national competition which recognises the excellence in the housing sector – has now been completed and the finalists announced.
The companies who have been shortlisted in category of Residential Letting Team of the Year, sponsored by Citylets are:
- Be-Rented Ltd
- Cullen Property
- Home Lettings Scotland
- Northwood Aberdeen Ltd
- Rettie & Co.
- Western Lettings
Congratulating our finalists, Citylets PR Manager, Gillian Semmler, said: “Citylets are proud to be sponsoring the category of Residential Letting Team of the Year for the fourth year running. The award is a huge recognition for the agents’ accomplishments in the industry and also for their dedication to their landlords and tenants, especially during these unprecedented, challenging times. We’re looking forward to announcing the winner on the night. Well done to all the finalists!”
The winners will be revealed at the awards dinner, hosted by Des Clarke, on Thursday 16 September 2021 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Glasgow. A live digital broadcast of the ceremony will also be presented.
In support of ‘It’s Good 2 Give’
KDMedia, who owns and operates the Scottish Home Awards, has presented their charity partner, ‘It’s Good 2 Give’, with a donation of £4000 as part of proceeds collected from the awards registration fees.
The funds see the Scottish Home Awards continue its support of the award winning, Ripple Retreat – a luxury respite home on the shores of Loch Venacher in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. The home is gifted throughout the year to families who are managing the strain of having a child affected by cancer.
Lynne McNicol, Founder of ‘It’s Good 2 Give’, said: “Thank you so much to all the businesses who entered the Scottish Home Awards this year. It has been an incredibly tough year for all charities and this donation will allow us to continue our vital support to families in need.”