As 2022 draws to a close, Building Relations has been celebrating its success, both personally and client-side this year.
Since the start of the year, Building Relations has written over 15 entries for long-standing client Barratt London across competitions, covering The Planning and Placemaking Awards, Evening Standard New Homes Awards and the prestigious What House? Awards. All 15 have been shortlisted – with six going on to win the top prize, including their flagship scheme Hayes Village which scooped three of these, and its showhome at New Mill Quarter, securing the win in the Best Family Home category.
Our client Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing also won at the First Time Buyer Readers Awards for Best Partnerships.
Managing Director, Kathryn Reucroft, comments: “Entering awards helps expose a company to new markets, as well as being able to position itself as industry-leading and the best in the business. We consider each award’s criteria and don’t just recommend awards for the sake of it. We guide our clients through every step of the process to give them every chance of success.”
What’s more, this year Building Relations put itself forward for a range of PR-based awards, becoming finalists across all competitions including the UK Content Awards and CIPR Awards. New for this year, PR agencies and professionals had the opportunity to win a prize at this year’s Property Press Awards. We are thrilled that our colleague, Hollie Moore, was named PR Professional of the Year, a fantastic achievement that highlights Hollie’s dedication to her clients’ success.
As well as Hollie’s win, we celebrated two of our Junior Account Managers who were named as finalists for the Best Newcomer category and Building Relations being a finalist in the Best PR Agency of the Year category.
If you’re looking to get advice on your 2023 award programme, get in touch with our Awards Account Manager, Kate Gallacher for more information.