Shortlisted at The Yorkshires – Residential Real Estate Awards 2023

Shortlisted at The Yorkshires – Residential Real Estate Awards 2023

Bowman Riley has been shortlisted for two awards at the Yorkshires Residential Real Estate Awards 2023 in the categories of Best Large Development and Rising Star.

The anticipation is building as Yorkshire’s property and construction industry prepares to come together for a night of celebration, recognition, and philanthropy at the Yorkshires Residential Real Estate Awards 2023.   Taking place on 12 October at the prestigious New Dock Hall in Leeds, this event promises to be a memorable evening that acknowledges the best in the industry.

The redevelopment of Greenholme Mills has been shortlisted in the category of Best Large Development. Bowman Riley provided architecture and principal designer services on the transformation of Greenholme Mills, a historic Yorkshire mill site, into a major riverside residential scheme in the village of Burley-in-Wharfedale near Ilkley.

Architectural Assistant, Grace Butcher has been recognised as a contender in the category of Rising Star.  Since joining Bowman Riley in 2021, Grace has rapidly become a cornerstone of the residential team, delivering highly rated and successful results while pursuing her journey towards becoming a fully qualified architect.

The awards ceremony does more than just honour excellence; it actively supports the Yorkshire Children’s Charity, an organisation dedicated to improving the lives of children in need across the region. The funds raised during the event are channelled towards various initiatives, programmes, and projects that make a positive impact on the lives of Yorkshire’s most vulnerable children.

The 2023 edition of the awards is set to be a glamourous affair, with approximately 700 attendees expected to grace the event.  It’s a night to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of those who have excelled in their respective fields.

The full shortlist for the awards can be found here.

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